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10/19/08 12:07 A

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It is more like someone put sandpaper in my shoe about halfway through the workout. I did try what the article suggested (picking my foot up and wiggling my toes) when I went to the gym today and it did help some. I am sure I looked silly while doing it though! LOL :)

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10/18/08 6:04 P

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Does your foot kind of feel like it's going numb? If so, I've had that problem, and this article addresses it pretty well. ezinearticles.com/?Elliptical-Traine
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10/18/08 5:48 P

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I just recently got back into exercising after taking a month off and I am suddenly having some burning in the ball of my right foot while using the elliptical. This has never happened to me before and it is annoying. Anyone know what is causing this? Please don't tell me it is my shoes they are only a year old and only get worn for exercise, I would love to buy some more but they are SO expensive!

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