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Originally Posted by CounterStrike View Post
Does anybody here have experience running with flat feet? My ankles used to hurt after 3 miles of walking/running, I haven't really worked out recently though. Any advice appreciated.


i have flat feet and don't have too many problems. i wear Asics Gel Kayanos. when i first started, i went really slow. walking local hills, 1 miles, 2 miles, then 3 miles at anywhere from 15:00 to 20:00 min/mile pace. then i started working on speed and was able to get up to a 13:00 min/mile pace. that's when i started running and the transition wasn't too bad from walking to running. just take it easy and definitely watch for any pain especially when you're not running.

anyway, back OT, 6.67 today at about 8:13 pace.

-Jeff
post #1007 of 12980
5.5 trail.
post #1008 of 12980
8 miles yesterday. For some reason my hip has started to hurt. I hate that my body isnt used to running yet.
post #1009 of 12980
4 mile tempo run tonight in 22:59 - mile splits of 5:57, 5:46, 5:42, 5:34.
post #1010 of 12980
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Originally Posted by antirabbit View Post
8 miles yesterday. For some reason my hip has started to hurt.

Probably guilt from the fact that you ripped me off on the buying and selling forums by selling me women's shoes instead of mens, and that you continue to ignore me even after you already admitted this mistake yet refuse to respond to me.
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For some reason my hip has started to hurt.

If it's on the side of the upper femur right where the hip beging, just stretch it out, take an NSAID, and enjoy 2-3 days off from running. Don't run on it -- the inflammation will build up exponentially until it's painful to walk.
post #1012 of 12980
5 1/3 before coming in to work. Still fiendishly hot out there.
post #1013 of 12980
9 at 9:30 pace--humidity is killing me.
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Originally Posted by why View Post
If it's on the side of the upper femur right where the hip beging, just stretch it out, take an NSAID, and enjoy 2-3 days off from running. Don't run on it -- the inflammation will build up exponentially until it's painful to walk.

Got it. I hate taking time off of running! Especially now that I have run in the rain.....
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Originally Posted by CounterStrike View Post
Does anybody here have experience running with flat feet? My ankles used to hurt after 3 miles of walking/running, I haven't really worked out recently though. Any advice appreciated.

i have very flat feet, but it never felt like it gave me any problems. I just avoid running shoes with really high, firm arches.
post #1016 of 12980
9.07 in 1:19:01. heat and humidity = the great equalizer.

a whole bunch of leg cramps afterwards.

-Jeff
post #1017 of 12980
~4.5 mile intense trail. Gunna test race pace and try and hold below 30:00.
post #1018 of 12980
3 miles at around a 10 minute pace. I've only been running for a few weeks. What is a good pace to aim for? Trying to break through so I can get up to 5+ miles.
post #1019 of 12980
^^ 29:48. Happy.
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Went 5 today with my daughter in her jogger stroller.
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