Charley Horses and Muscle Spasms
I suffered many years of dealing with charley horses by cursing, dancing a jig, whooping and hollering. That technique, although amusing for others, never really eased the wrenching agony of the pain, though. Read this article to find out what did. Ahh, finally, near miraculous, sweet relief. . .
Choose the right footwear
How to find the correct footwear for the type of walking you expect to do.
Choosing Walking Footwear
Factors to consider when choosing walking footwear
Foot Corn Causes and Prevention
Corns and calluses on the feet are caused by ill-fitting footwear.They can be very painful but can be prevented or treated
Painful Shins or Shin Splints
If you have sharp or aching pain along the front of your lower leg, you might have shin splints. “Shin splint” is not a medical diagnosis, but rather a generic term for painful shins. Here's how to treat them and get back to walking.
What is plantar fasciitis (heel spurs) and how can you prevent it?
Preventing Inner Thigh Chafing and Irritation
How to prevent chafing and irritation to your inner thighs when walking, jogging or even running.
Treating a Sprained Ankle
If you are a regular walker sooner or later you may experience a sprained ankle. Learn how to treat it yourself.
Treating Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Spurs
How can you get rid of the awful pain of plantar fasciitis? This condition can be debilitating and terribly hard to heal. Try these tips to make the pain go away and stay away.
Treating Sore, Achy Muscles
When we over do exercise a consequence may be tired and aching muscles. Here are some ways of easing the pain and discomfort.
If you are a regular walker sooner or later you will experience blisters, chafing or shin splints. Prevention is better than cure.
Walking for Back Pain
Back pain is one of the leading causes of missed work and loss oproductivity. Walking can help ease back pain and prevent it.
Tips on choosing the right pair of walking socks
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