Cycling, walking, running and cross-country skiing are among the most popular endurance sports in Germany. Endurance sports require an intact skeletal and movement system, including bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons. When running or jogging, they are heavily stressed. However, the organs and functional systems of the organism adapt to frequent stresses and strains, thus reducing their impact.
However, it is often ignored that cartilage, tendons, ligaments and bones need about three times longer to adapt to the training load than the striated musculature because they are less frequently supplied with blood as connective tissue structures. This results in incorrect loads and injuries.
The limits of the load-bearing capacity of the support and movement system become particularly clear during running training. For the average runner, a running range of 70 to 80 km/week is still acceptable. If the running volume rises to more than 100 km/week, the false loads increase disproportionately in the mid-life years.
Our individual insoles protect against injuries, should support the foot in transmitting power, stabilize, provide running comfort or stimulate the muscles and shorten the regeneration time.
You can also register for an individual internal pressure running analysis.