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    if you ever jog or run or even do a brisk walk, do you ever notice any pain, on the sole of your feet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by system32drivers
    if you ever jog or run or even do a brisk walk, do you ever notice any pain, on the sole of your feet?
    No, they dont hurt, unless i didnt do any sufficient warm ups. (ex. getting up late and rushing to an early sunday game having gone on a drinking spree the night before)

    I think I'll try the shoes first, if it still hurts, i'll seek a professional. (at least, i have new shoes! he-he-he)

    Friends told me to try trimming down my weight. I'm on the mesomorph side. Big build, but solid. Is there any way to shrink muscle mass? Hehehe

    Thank you all for your help and support, it is much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r0adk1ll
    No, they dont hurt, unless i didnt do any sufficient warm ups. (ex. getting up late and rushing to an early sunday game having gone on a drinking spree the night before)

    I think I'll try the shoes first, if it still hurts, i'll seek a professional. (at least, i have new shoes! he-he-he)

    Friends told me to try trimming down my weight. I'm on the mesomorph side. Big build, but solid. Is there any way to shrink muscle mass? Hehehe

    Thank you all for your help and support, it is much appreciated.
    Overweight is another way of getting Plantar Fasciitis.
    Your friend is right, losing weight does help.
    As you said big build and not overweight and hence I do not know exactly.

    Do you have tight achillies tendon?
    That might be a cause too.
    Stretching everyday is good. (this is the best I think)

    Another way is to get insole.
    It helps too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyun007
    Overweight is another way of getting Plantar Fasciitis.
    Your friend is right, losing weight does help.
    As you said big build and not overweight and hence I do not know exactly.

    > Well, I tried going back to the gym to lose weight, all i gained was more muscle mass. Went from 160 to 180 lbs. So I stopped again. I do mostly cardio now to train for my games. I'm back to 170 thereabouts.

    Do you have tight achillies tendon?
    That might be a cause too.
    Stretching everyday is good. (this is the best I think)

    >Thanks for the tip. My achillies tendon's not tight, I make sure to stretch and warmup at least 15 minutes before every game. I'm pretty flexible for someone who did lots of weights in the past.

    Another way is to get insole.
    It helps too.
    >Yup, plus im getting new shoes this weekend!

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    Hey Guys!

    Wearing supportive socks helped keep my arches from hurting! There really is a big difference instead of just using discounted socks (3 pcs for a hundred pesos)

    I cant wait to get my new shoes this weekend (payday today, wooohoo!)

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    just try different shoes and i think it'll be ok. i am now using new shoes and my feet starts hurting and i dunno why. i just let it heal and hopefully my feet gets stronger

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandee720
    just try different shoes and i think it'll be ok. i am now using new shoes and my feet starts hurting and i dunno why. i just let it heal and hopefully my feet gets stronger
    well, if they continue to hurt, maybe you should try changing your shoes. as for me, i'll be trying my new shoes later after office.

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    You could always get a pair of insoles. For $37.95 I bought a pair of Archmolds Custom Insoles which customize to your foot by heating them in the oven. They say that they are supposed to help with Plantar Fasciitis, and other arch related pain. I had arch pain after games, and since I have been wearing the insoles it has been way better. www.archmolds.com

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    Default taping for Plantar Fasciitis

    My sports doctor taught me how to tape my feet for added support. IMHO, taping helps a lot more than wearing a brace or using inserts.

    Here's how I tape my feet:

    Taping for Plantar Fasciitis

    Of course, it's always best to consult a doctor.

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