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Correct Toes definitely working to relieve bunion pain

Today I ran 9 miles in a shoe which normally gives me problems, the Saucony A5, which is a tight-fitting racing flat. I had removed the insoles from the shoes to give my feet more room inside, but the bunion on my left foot would still rub the inside of the shoe and hurt a little for several miles until I warmed up. 89 more words

Relax!

A big part of efficient and pain-free running is being relaxed. Tension can cause us to use more effort than necessary, resulting in fatigue and possible injury. 205 more words

Correcting a deformity and eliminating bunion pain

When I started running more seriously almost two years ago now, I noticed that I favored some shoes over others because of the way they fit. 476 more words

Rotating shoes to reduce injury

I’ve touched on this topic before, but I want to talk about it again in a little more detail.

In addition to improving our form, changing our footwear helps us avoid injury. 266 more words

Super excited about running more

I swear, I could read and write and talk about running all the time. I wish there were more websites, with more new posts by runners about running. 177 more words

The Pinnacles Trail Classic 2014- Upper Brookfield.

How can I write a race report without disaster? What went wrong? What was interesting?

Well, my dog and daughter kept me up the night before, leading to an evaporation of the lift I was promised. 523 more words

Trail Running

Interesting results from transitioning to minimalism

I have to share a link to this blog post because it is so cool. I have seen similar changes in my own legs after months of running in minimalist footwear.

http://www.drnicksrunningblog.com/two-year-long-case-study-demonstrating-an-increase-in-arch-height-from-running-in-minimalist-shoes/