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Shoe for high arches for muay thai

I have shin pain and arch cramp (from jumping rope and muay thai) what shoe is fitting to my training

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Check with your doctor who may give you pills for muscular relaxation usually used by sportsman and woman i know the name but i cannot recomment here as i am not a doctor.

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I love my saucony ignition sneakers. I have normal to high arches too. They have a really nice cushioned sole and just the right amount of support. At times, I also put insoles inside to add slightly more inside arch support if I'm running frequently for just feel like my feet are tired. I have tried other brands and have not found the fit I love with the Saucony brand. I just went to ****'s Sporting goods 2 days ago thinking mine were worn. Was talked into the asics gel, which are also nice. Got home, compared them to my old ignition's and to my surprise realized the Saucony's were still a better feel. Not worn out after all. Bringing back Asics tommorrow. Plus, Saucony igniton was half the price. Hope you will enjoy your's as much as I do.

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I like New Balance sneakers, but need something nicer for work. I bought a pair of black Timberland walking shoes, but they didn't last very long.

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So you are saying the shoes you are wearing are giving you discoloration? That seems to be a manufacturing problem with cheap materials the shoes is made of. You personally still liking the shoes but not the effects of it could wear invisible socks so that they protect your feet but cant be seen. Or wear stockings so it rubs off onto the stockings and not your feet. If that doesn't work or suit you try doing something to the actually shoe. Maybe putting something on it to act like a shield. Like clear nail polish can be a solution since it would create a clear wall between your feet and the color of the shoes.

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Using a bandage or special sleeve that fits comfortably over the lower leg region, helps to reduce pain and swelling. Furthermore, it bolsters your tissue area, improving flexibility and good conditioning around the adjoining muscles.
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Shin splints happen because of the continuous jarring of your joints and shins during intensive work outs or heavy impact activities. When you have shin splints, start wearing a padded insole with your shoes. This has been known to offer great relief. A padded sole helps to cushion the blow of your foot every time it thumps on the ground, especially on hard or uneven surfaces. You can get insoles at specialty stores or at the sport section of any other store.
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Ice therapy reduces swellings and inflammation fast and is a reliable method that will provide relief from shin pain. Break ice in a towel and apply on the affected area for 10-15 minutes every day. Do this dutifully at least 3 times daily. If you do not want it to affect your other activities or chores, use an ice pack held in place with an elastic bandage. Never apply directly to your shin; it does more harm than good! Are you having trouble, finding the specific tools for the job? You can turn to the kitchen for a solution to your throbbing splint by opting for a bag of frozen legumes or vegetables. They work as well.
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Taking Aspirin, Acetaminophen and ibuprofen with water will help relieve shin pain by reducing swellings and inflamed muscles. These painkillers, along with rest, gradually help to return your body to full activity. Pregnant women or nursing moms need to check in with their doctors first before using these medications as they are known to have possible side effects.

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Hi,if you suffer from shin splints, You're more at risk of developing shin splints if:
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