Foot Shox Insoles Relieve Sports-Related Foot Pain, Knee Pain and Back Pain

Winners experience the thrill of victory, losers the agony of defeat. But everyone who participates in sports shares the agony of foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

In all sports activities, your feet take a beating. The jarring impact that starts at your feet travels upward into your knees and back; the culprit not only for foot pain, but also knee pain and back pain.

Basketball: Tremendous pressure is exerted on the feet and ankles of basketball players – especially those who play on asphalt or concrete courts. The impact of almost constant running, jumping, cutting, stopping and shooting during every game causes players to suffer foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

Football and Soccer: A football and soccer players’ feet bear the brunt of miles of running, and lots of quick starts and stops, every game. Hours of running, repetitive drills and scrimmages during practices add to the wear and tear on their feet. Now wonder football and soccer players complain about foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

Golf: During a typical golf swing, your weight is first placed on the balls of your feet. Then there is a slight shift to the back foot, then another shift to the front foot. These intricate foot movements, repeated over and over during every round of golf, put considerable pressure on your feet, causing foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

Tennis: The continuous side-to-side motion and quick stopping and starting required by tennis put players’ feet under constant stress. The relentless impact, especially on hard courts, causes foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

Baseball and Softball: Running bases, sliding home, running down fly balls, and lots of quick starts and stops during every game put enormous stress on players’ feet. This continuous pounding causes foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

A pair of shock-absorbing insoles is a very effective remedy for sports-related foot pain, knee pain and back pain. Unfortunately, the standard insoles that come with most athletic shoes flatten out and don’t provide any cushioning after a short amount of use.

Foot Shox shock-absorbing insoles provide much more impact protection and relief from foot pain, knee pain and back pain than the insoles that came with your athletic shoes. That’s because Foot Shox insoles are made entirely of Poron®, the #1 shock absorbing insole material in the world. An independent lab rated Poron #1 for absorbing painful impact forces — superior to latex foam, gel, sponge rubber, neoprene, vinyl sponge or viscoelastic.

Shin splints, corns, calluses and blisters also cause sports-related pain. Foot Shox insoles reduce the pressure and friction that cause painful shin splints, corns, calluses and blisters.

Putting Foot Shox insoles in your athletic shoes takes the pain out of sports.