Flapping your thighs causes friction and the movement of oil on your skin. (Note: The article linked to below is by a woman. I’ve been on her blog for decades and don’t recall having said this.) While flapping your feet can put pressure on your lower back and lower back muscles, flapping of the hips causes stress, which can further damage them and contribute to an infection. So why would a woman’s feet flop? This is one of the most common flapping related injuries that women have.
Flappers are very athletic women. A flapper’s muscles should be strong in this area as they run along the edge where their heels come up to meet their toes. If you wear high heels and wear a tight top, this area is especially vulnerable. If you have a stiff upper back muscle in this area and your weight shifts into your legs as you run up and down, your feet will be moving, making you more sensitive to pressure. This, in turn, will increase the risk of injury.
It’s an incredibly delicate balancing act for those who run and jog in heels. This is why it’s important to remember that when you run, or exercise, your feet are not being operated on by an external force. The muscles are being operated directly by the energy you release when you run. So take care when you run, or run hard, and wear good quality running shoes with a smooth sole (like most runners wear).
How can I keep my knees from injuring?
It’s important to prevent knee injury. There are a few ideas that people use to do this:
Run with shoes that are narrow in the front and wide in the back, to help spread the forces into the legs.
Take deep breaths, inhale deeply for as long as possible.
Take small steps while pushing yourself down.
Stop running for several minutes, while your knees are warmed up.
Exercise on a treadmill, in the open air.
Be aware not to push your knee towards the floor – push it down instead. (The idea here is to have a “piston” area on your body that will allow your knee to flex properly).
The goal of all of these solutions is to increase the stretch on the muscle and in turn reduce the irritation.
So what can happen?
Most injuries can be prevented by proper footwear and proper exercise.
For a long time, many doctors and physiotherapists
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