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I ran a marathon… what do I do now?

London, Berlin, Chicago… Many runners have been toeing the start line of marathons lately and if you managed to get in one of these famous races, you’re lucky as it is not an easy task. Whether you managed to receive a medal for 26.2 miles or any other race, you might be wondering: what do I do now? What can I do after closing a chapter giving a rhythm, objective, and goal for the last few months (or year)? Here are a few tips our Enertor team applies after a race: First, celebrate! After completing a race, it may be easy to move on to the next big goal straight away. But before thinking about any other medal to add...

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Why do my feet hurt after standing for a long time?

Whether you are on your feet all day due to work or shuffling along in a museum or have embarked on a hiking trip in the mountains, your feet might be complaining after some time. But it could be easier to both prevent and heal than you think. If you don’t work on your feet, but still get foot pain It doesn’t mean your feet are not tired. When standing for long periods of time, your full body is working; and shuffling might seem totally painless at first, but the frequent change of momentum is more demanding to your muscles, your joints and ligaments. It is also important to note that in order to return blood to your heart, circulation...

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Back to school: make sure your kids don't get injured!

It is that time of the year again when children and teenagers make their way back to classes, homework… and sports! This also means that they come back to organised sports, whether this is part of the curriculum, or they choose to pursue extra-curricular activities. As most will start the school year with good intentions and are very motivated to conquer the year, summer training shouldn’t be overestimated. It might be quite common that the routine has relaxed during the summer to a less active lifestyle, fewer sports practices, and less pressure. Here are a few tips to make sure your children don’t get a false start. Start slower, but safer As for any athlete, starting a new season and...

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When the shoe fits...

Do you remember the time when you used to run around the shoe store as a kid trying on new shoes? Nowadays and as an adult, it might just be easier to buy from your favourite brands online, as you won’t be struggling to find the ideal model but instead, you’ll be able to get the best deal from different retailers. Today we’d like to explore how to best choose your shoe size, and what could happen if the shoe doesn’t fit. Are your feet painful? Sometimes, it might be difficult to realise that your shoes are slightly too small for your feet. As common sense, if you feet hurt or you feel constricted by your footwear after a day,...

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How to increase step count safely

We all know this one person who watches constantly at his or her smartwatch to say: “I have got to get my steps in today”. But, drilling it back: why should we care about our daily step count? Also, if you find yourself struggling – especially in the upcoming darker months, what can you do to get these in easily?First, why do you need to up your step count? According to the NHS, most people in the UK achieve about 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day – which equals a distance between 1.5 and 2 miles. However, public advice differs and advises to move more to improve circulation, heart health, and maintain good physical health. You may have heard that...

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