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1 CommentTuesday, 22 December 2020  |  Eugene
Best Running Insoles 2021

If you suffer from pain, fatigue or instability as you run, the right pair of insoles may be just what you need. Read on for our expert picks of the Best Running Insoles, with the best selections for each need.

Monday, 30 November 2020  |  Admin
Best Hiking Insoles 2021

A pleasant day’s hiking should not be marred by several days afterwards spent nursing your feet. With our selection of best hiking insoles, you can ensure that blisters, bunions, plantar fasciitis, and heel spurs become a thing of the past.

Thursday, 20 September 2018  |  Sean
Boost Your Training with Weighted Insoles

Insoles have received an outstanding reputation for preventing foot pain, arch pain or other foot-related problems, but what if insoles could do more than that, and actually become a source of exercise themselves? Weightsoles Weighted Insoles use their 8 ounce (227g) design to provide light exercise whenever they are put in use. This article explains the benefits of Weightsoles and who they are for, while explaining just how to Boost Your Training with Weighted Insoles.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016  |  Alex
How to Make Your Football Boots More Comfortable

If you're looking for a pair of insoles to make your football boots more comfortable, Orthosole Cushioning Football Insoles could be the perfect solution! Designed to provide support and cushioning to your feet, Orthosole are designed specifically for sports and when you wear them, you can really tell.

Tuesday, 5 January 2016  |  Admin
The Best Football Insoles

Did you know that premier league footballers can run up to 9.5 miles in a single match? You may not be a football superstar, but that doesn’t mean your weekly kick-about is any less taxing on your feet.

Tuesday, 5 January 2016  |  Admin
Running with Hallux Rigidus

Hurting heel? Aching arches? Tortured toes? The last thing you probably want to do when any of these conditions start to plague your feet is to take on a heavy run, but if you’ve found yourself dealing with a case of Hallux Rigidus then putting off running until the condition get’s better means you can think about hanging up your running shoes for good!

Monday, 4 January 2016  |  Admin
Why Wear Running Insoles?

ShoeInsoles.co.uk may offer a wide range of insoles to help poorly feet feel better and to send unpleasant conditions on their way, but donít think we donít have just the thing for ultra-healthy feet too.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015  |  Admin
​Exercise for Heel Spurs

Suffering from Heel Spurs? Hobbling about on heels that donít want to cooperate? Well, letís get you better then, with our Heel Spur Exercises! You might think rest and relaxation is all you can do to get through a bout of heel pain, but a bit of exercise never hurt anyone, and as your heels are already hurting, a few stretches to get the blood pumping and muscles loosened can actually make them feel better.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015  |  John
Mallet Toe Exercises

Mallet toe is a deformation of one of the smaller toes, and is when the joint at the end of a toe canít straighten. It can be caused by a variety of things, including arthritis, an injury to the affected toe and even badly fitting shoes. In some cases, because of the rubbing against the inside of a shoe it can cause, mallet toe can be quite painful and uncomfortable to live with. However, there are some exercises you can do to help with the condition. Be sure to consult with your doctor before attempting any of these exercises so you know theyíre right for you.

Monday, 2 November 2015  |  John
Exercises for Hallux Rigidus

Hallux rigidus is arthritis of the main joint of the big toe. It causes the big to become stiff and painful because the toe cannot bend as much as it should. Thereís no definitive cause, and thereís no easy cure for it. However, exercising your big toe can help relieve the pain and other symptoms it can bring.

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