Playing tennis means being light and quick on your feet. But the constant movement has the risk of translating into constant shock and pressure being placed on your feet, and this is not something that you will be able to keep up. Wearing a Tennis Insole provides support and stability to the foot without impacting on swift and light movement. Wearing a Tennis Insole does help to reduce the risk of strain and injuries for your feet though.
Playing tennis means being swift and light on your feet, constantly moving across the court in order to reach the ball. But trying to reach things beyond your reach has the potential to be harmful for your feet. The impact caused by the hard court provides shock through your feet, damaging not only the tendons and ligaments in the feet, but extending this up through the ankles, knees and hips as well. Due to the movement taking place, there is also the risk of turning on your ankle as you move across the court. That sort of injury could put you out of action of weeks.
Wearing a Tennis Insole helps to prevent these problems though. The support and cushioning provided by an insole reduces the impact your feet collide with the ground with, minimising the shock and helping to cushion the vulnerable areas of your feet. A Tennis Insole also helps provide stability for the foot, reducing the chance of turning over when moving quickly.
There is a wide range of Tennis Insoles available through Shoe Insoles. This varies from full-length insoles to heel cups, helping you focus the support where you need it. All are light and discreet so will not impact on your performance. All are available in a range of sizes so you can find the best fit for a maximum amount of support.
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