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  • trellheim
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    Swift and Sure did it last year, B20 and myself are doing it this year.

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  • danno
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    Has anyone done/contemplted doing the Art O Neill,any useful tips/advice.

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  • Mr. Tezza
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    Originally posted by paul View Post
    Wear them with everything including boots and it depends on the type on insole you have, some are over the insole because they are just an insert and some go under the insole, don't ask me why that is but thats how it goes. Ask your physio.
    Had them on in work yesterday, was standing/walking around all day found them kinda annoying but I presume thats normal, he said something about my feet having to "adjust" to them?

    Supposed to be playing soccer on monday night don't know whether I should wear them or not... probably shud but they could be a distraction/annoyance, thoughts?

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  • paul
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    Originally posted by Mr. Tezza View Post
    Just an update for those who were on about insoles, picked up an achilles tendon injury playing soccer, went to a physio he put it down to having flat feet wearing shoes that were ill fitting/whatnot so I got a pair of insoles and theres an immediate difference but do feel quite strange walking around and stuff, should be in the gym again tomorrow (sorry thats another thing, with the crap weather lately I joined a gym) and might go for a short run to see how they feel, he said I should wear them at all times, I'm assuming this includes magnums and my meindls but do I wear these on top of the insoles that are in them or whats the story?
    Wear them with everything including boots and it depends on the type on insole you have, some are over the insole because they are just an insert and some go under the insole, don't ask me why that is but thats how it goes. Ask your physio.

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  • Mr. Tezza
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    Just an update for those who were on about insoles, picked up an achilles tendon injury playing soccer, went to a physio he put it down to having flat feet wearing shoes that were ill fitting/whatnot so I got a pair of insoles and theres an immediate difference but do feel quite strange walking around and stuff, should be in the gym again tomorrow (sorry thats another thing, with the crap weather lately I joined a gym) and might go for a short run to see how they feel, he said I should wear them at all times, I'm assuming this includes magnums and my meindls but do I wear these on top of the insoles that are in them or whats the story?

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  • Orion
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    Originally posted by Archimedes View Post
    You could always take some tips from this former British army mechanic

    http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/l...heat_1_3859464

    Know the area very well. This dope must have got on one of the event buses returning to base. There just aren't many public bus services that pass that way.

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  • Archimedes
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    You could always take some tips from this former British army mechanic

    http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/l...heat_1_3859464

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  • Mr. Tezza
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    well went for a run again today (have a three time a week thing goin on, played soccer on monday nite) with new socks and got along grand...

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  • thedollar
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    I got insoles earlier this year....they're a godsend. Supposed to last a lifetime, apparently. I'll show you them tomorrow night.

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  • SwiftandSure
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    Originally posted by Rhodes View Post
    If the MO finds out you could be medically downgraded.
    Yeah it's not that bad luckily. I'm looking more for prevention rather than a cure.

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  • Rhodes
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    Originally posted by SwiftandSure View Post
    Maybe slightly on my left foot.
    If the MO finds out you could be medically downgraded.

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  • DeV
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    Originally posted by SwiftandSure View Post
    Just spoke to VHI, the policy excess on orthotics is €300, which is about as useful as tits on fish to me
    They cost €300+ from Blackrock

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  • SwiftandSure
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    Originally posted by Barry View Post

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  • Barry
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    Originally posted by SwiftandSure View Post
    This would be the first step I've taken in this

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  • SwiftandSure
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    Originally posted by DeV View Post
    VHI will only cover it if you have a letter from a consultant!
    Just spoke to VHI, the policy excess on orthotics is €300, which is about as useful as tits on fish to me

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