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    Default Tender Achillis

    My achilles ache after training, I do warm up and stretches and the exercise I do is just on cross trainer and bike so there is no impact on them. Yet they ache afterwards and early in the morning when I get out of bed. They use to ache when I played football on a hard surface, but have stopped playing for about 5 months and they still hurt from the exercise I am doing. Thought it would have stopped after I quit the running and football.

    Any ideas on how to stop this problem?
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    Stretching and warm up wont help you if you have some kind of inflamation... You just over do it. I donĀ“t know if only rest is optimal...

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    One or Both.
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    It is only the left achilles now that I have stopped football and running and it is not inflamed but tender after I exercise on it. Either keep stretching it or not to bother stretching at all?
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    You right footed, Master.
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap View Post
    You right footed, Master.
    Yes.
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    Pins and needle now and again in left arm and hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap View Post
    Pins and needle now and again in left arm and hand.
    No pins and needles but you got me thinking with the question about which leg is stronger and I think I run properly with the right i.e use all the foot and hell when I run but on the left I do not.

    If anything the right foot sleeps or feels numb after a lot of running not the left.
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    Footballers, get shoulder in balances through dominant Leg transfer. Shoulders are trying to balance the Head to compensate transfer, it happens a lot.
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    It also happens with the movement of the Ankle, because of Gait. Think your problem lies there. You need to do a lot of Stretching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap View Post
    It also happens with the movement of the Ankle, because of Gait. Think your problem lies there. You need to do a lot of Stretching.
    I hate stretching.
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    Thats why you have a problem
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    Thats why you have a problem

    True, I do stretch but do not stretch enough.

    I do rotating the foot clockwise and anti clockwise.

    I also stretch leaning against the wall.

    I also lean down in the sprinting position stretching the achilles

    And I lean at the edge of a step and stretch the achilles everyday, even when I am not training.
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    I have also found out I have very tight calfs
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    Default Re: Tender Achillis

    My achilles ache and are tender after skipping rope mainly because I am on the toes but even when I do the skipping landing flat footed.
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