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Cowboy Boots Made Especially for Dancing

11th January 2010
Not just any old pair of cowboy boots should be used for doing the Texas Two Step or the Boot Scoot Boogie, no, you need to have boots that are supportive to dancers. Just as certain kinds of western apparel are better for dancing than for working, the sa... Read >
Author: urlreader

10 Easy Exercises to Help the Morbidly Obese

22nd December 2009
We all know that exercise is beneficial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. But for morbidly obese individuals, simply moving up and down the stairs or getting out of a chair can be challenging. Understandably, having to consider an exercise routine woul... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Flat Feet (Pes Planus or Fallen Arches)

09th August 2009
Flat Feet (Pes Planus or Fallen Arches) Now, what does the condition of flat feet have to do with knee pain, back pain and neck pain? Our feet are the foundation of support for the pelvis and spine. In addition, they support the whole weight of the bod... Read >
Author: AJHEELS

What is foot orthotics and how do they work?

17th July 2009
This article sheds more light on the term "foot orthotics" - what they are, how they work, the different types of orthotics available and which common complaints can be treated with orthotics. What does the term "orthotic" denote? The word orthotic... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

Exercises to Help Improve Weakened Arches

16th July 2009
Collapsed arches can be present at birth or develop at a young age. They are especially common among athletes who have put a lot of stress on their foot and calf muscles, and they also tend to develop among the elderly or women who have spent too much tim... Read >
Author: kentsmith

How To Understand Overpronation and Knee Pain If You Have Flat Feet

10th July 2009
Overpronation is inward roll of the foot while standing, walking, running or dancing. Allowing the foot to roll inwards causes noticeable internal rotation of the lower leg and knee and can influence the body's posture. This can result in extra strain on ... Read >
Author: Dianne M. Buxton

Flat Feet Versus Fallen Arches

09th July 2009
Q: What is the difference between flat feet and fallen arches? A: Though some people use flat feet and fallen arches interchangeably, they can and should be distinguished. Medically speaking, a person with flat feet has no arches at all. The soles of t... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Dansko Marcelle Shoes The Best Arch Support Shoes For Those Who Work For Hours On Their Feet

22nd June 2009
When you're on your feet for hours at a time, at work and at play, one thing you very quickly come to appreciate is how well your shoes look after your feet. At the end of the day, there is nothing worse than having to extract soggy, swollen, agonisingly ... Read >
Author: Ann Harvey

Plantation Shutters

09th April 2009
Plantation Shutters Guide What are Plantation Shutters? Plantation shutters are an elegant window covering made of two or more framed panels of fixed louvers. The louvers within the frame are moved by a rod that is attached on the outside of the lo... Read >
Author: deepak_2512

Popular Cabinet Colors and Styles in the Midwest

09th January 2009
Recently we were rehabbing a house and wanted to stay up to date with what style's and colors were "in" with kitchen cabinets. We already were on a limited budget, however we realized that the perfect kitchen cabinet style could make or break the kitchen.... Read >
Author: nealon52@aol.com

The Bridal Glass Slipper: It Aint on the Palace Steps

08th January 2009
If you're planning a fairy tale wedding, you've probably already got your ballroom picked out, complete with a skirt high enough to show off the perfect finishing touch: beautiful Cinderella-style glass slippers. The good news is that glass slippers are e... Read >
Author: Unia Griffin

Shoe Slang

15th December 2008
I thought we can have a sticky of all the sneaker terms you can think of. I can then update when more are added. I think than people can be more specific with their reviews. Here are a few I can think of. Ankle Support: How well the sneaker protects yo... Read >
Author: Mr. Phillips

Types Of Formwork - Concrete Formwork Contractors

21st October 2008
Formwork is a complex technique involved in construction which requires specialist contractors for proper use. It's the term given to specific moulds or receptacles into which concrete is poured to make slabs for construction or actual components of build... Read >
Author: Rosemary Grace Brooks

Oil Traps

08th October 2007
When companies drill for oil, they are looking for oil traps. Oil seeps up through rocks and collects inside the ground, forming an oil trap. This seepage is called migration. Oil originates in a source rock and migrates through the layers. Shale is the m... Read >
Author: Mickey Horn
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