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Needs more cowbell!
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Are your feet fairly flat? I have very minimal arch, so my feet flex and pronate more than someone who has higher, stiffer arched feet. Sounds like you might have similar issues.
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I had PF flare up about 8 months ago - I took care of it by replacing my work shoes (which had virtually no cushion at all) with old running shoes, buying some inserts that push heel impact to the outside of the heel, and making sure my feet are warm before I start running in the morning. I don't have any pain now, but if I run without inserts for a couple of weeks, it will come back.
I think I need to definitely not go barefoot and find some sort of slipper/flip-flop to wear in the house.
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