Common running injuries which can be prevented with quality insoles include Patellar tendinitis, Achilles tendinitis, Plantar fasciitis, Piriformis syndrome and Iliotibial band syndrome.

 

Increased comfort and performance

 

Many walkers and runners notice that NOENE® insoles actually help them perform for longer without feeling the discomfort, aches or pain that are usually associated with exercise.

 

"I have been using your insole for the last two weeks. Each day I am walking 10-15 km per day. I have had four surgeries on my knee and have not been able to walk for more than 20 minutes without pain. This is the first time in years I have been able to walk without taking any NSAIDS (oral or topical). Your product is amazing. "

 

- Larry

Why you should wear insoles when walking, running and exercising 

Many people mistakenly overlook the necessity of wearing shoe insoles, thinking that the actual shoe is adequate to provide protection. While choosing good shoes or sneakers is an important factor, that alone isn't enough to prevent injury. A good pair of insoles is essential to provide your feet, legs, hips and back with projection and comfort.

 

Let's take a look at why.

 

Prevention of injury and muscle fatigue

 

One of the main reasons to consider purchasing insoles is to protect yourself from injury. Whether you walk regularly, go for runs or take part in sport, your feet are striking the ground and the vertical force can reach up to 2.5 times your body weight! The vibrations from these impacts are transmitted from our ankles right up to the base of our skull, affecting our joints, tendons and muscles. This is a huge strain on your feet and the rest of your body, and is one of the main causes for injury and muscle fatigue complaints. 

 

Statistics actually show that 60% of injuries relating to feet, knees, hips and back are a result of improper foot support.

 

NOENE® insoles are made from a unique material which is highly effective at absorbing and dissipating the harmful vibrations generated when our foot strikes the ground, therefore protecting your body and preventing injury and muscle fatigue.

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