Cycling is a physically demanding sport, and keeping up with the technical demands can be challenging. A better, faster, state-of-the art bike and other equipment being designed for maximum performance. What most riders are not aware of is that their best advantage is right under their feet: proper balancing of their forefoot.
Just a couple of symptoms that cyclists experience are knee pain and forefoot pain. Forefoot pain, or "hotfoot," is common because the type of shoes worn by cyclists constricts the forefoot. Put this together with the vibration from the road, along with the pressure from pedaling, and you have the potential for all kinds of problems.
In cyclists, knee pain is very common, and aside from making sure your shoes are not too tight and that you basically have covered errors in training and incorrect bike fit, if you are still experiencing knee pain, you need the "Forward Arch® Corrective Orthotics".
With abnormal pronation (whereby too much weight is transferred to the inside of the foot - flattening the arch), the knee also rotates in, and this situation going uncontrolled causes great distress.
The soles of your feet contain bones that are not attached to any other bones!
Strange but true
By wearing Forward Arch® Corrective Orthotics, you can dramatically decrease or eliminate the effects of these foot ailments.
Alleviate foot discomfort and related symptoms. Regain your foot's balance, alignment and posture. Eliminate future foot problems.