You bring the clubs, the plaid pants, plenty of tees and don’t forget to put in your Lynco L800 Golf Insoles with posted heels and metatarsal pads. Lynco L800 Golf Insoles make a great addition to your golfing gear as they provide plenty of support and stability so you can swing through the ball and not worry about having aching feet later.
As you know, Lynco Orthotics is a subdivision of Aetrex. Aetrex produces shoes, insoles and socks – they pretty much cater to feet. They have a team of podiatrists that formulate and produce their feet products. This is great because you can trust that your foot health needs are kept in mind when the products are created. I believe their main goal is to make feet comfortable, supported and protected.
A combination of Aetrex shoes and Lynco orthotics seems to be a match made in heaven for your feet.
Here is a video about Aetrex, the company who produces Lynco Orthotics.
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Lynco L405 Sports Orthotic is a great orthotic insole that is designed with the athlete’s foot needs in mind. With plenty of shock absorption and cushioning to support your feet in all the right areas and none of the wrong ones. These insoles ared lightweight and feature anti-bacterial material that prevents the growth of bacteria which bocks odor out.
Enjoy a little music medely about the Lynco L400 Sports Orthotic Insole.
High arches can be troublesome for people, especially if you spend a lot of time on your feet. High arches can lead to foot pain and conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis which is very painful. Check out what Dr. Davies has to share with you about High Arched Foot problems:
Lynco Orthotics may be the solution to your high arch problems. Check out their products by Clicking Here
Watch this video about pronation and overpronation. This video illustrates the difference between the two with video of someone who pronates running on a treadmill. Pronation can lead to foot problems, as well as over-pronation, but at the video states, some of it is normal. Take a look:
Video Courtesy of SportInjuryClinic.net
Fortunately, Pronation can be fixed using orthotics. If you are an avid sports player, you should check out some of the many Sports Orthotics available out there that can help with pronation or over-pronation to keep your feet aligned properly and working efficiently for you.