Gravity Defyer FLEXNET Shoe

Gravity Defyer FLEXNET Shoe

I have received many comments from readers asking about follow up reviews about my purchase of Gravity Defyer Shoes: Gravity Defyer Shoes Review two months ago. As many of you already know, I got a pair of Gravity Defyer FLEXNET and a pair of Gravity Defyer Patrik. So in this post, I want give you guys a review about Gravity Defyer Flexnet Shoe.

As always, I want to start with Quality because I think quality is the first thing we need to make sure before we make any purchase, especially foot ware.

I have to say, Flexnet Shoe probably has the best quality in all Gravity Defyer product line. I did see some people saying that some of Gravity Defyer shoes have quality problem when I did my research before I made my purchase. But apparently not my Flexnet Shoes. My Flexnet is light, very well made and after two months it still looks like new. I treat it very nice too though. I never wear it on dirty road or at raining days.

Flexnet Shoe’s Pain Relief Feature

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I know one big reason many people bought Gravity Defyer products is their Pain Relief feature. With their so called VersoShock advanced spring technology, I do feel it is quite different from other shoes. After wearing it over two months, I do feel my knee pain and lower back pain is reducing gradually, not completely gone though. I think that is encouraging enough for me. That is one of the biggest motivation that keeps me do exercise every day. I hope to see one day my knee pain and back pain is completely gone. Finger crossed!

Flexnet Shoe Needs Shoe Care

That might be a con for Flexnet shoes. From what I can feel is, you can not treat Gravity Defyer shoes like other crap shoes. I never tried to wear my Flexnet shoes in raining days or on any dirty grounds. And I only wear during my exercise because I can not wear them in office. I heard people saying it could be worn out fast if you don’t take good care of them. So, just pay a little bit attention, I guess.

Flexnet Shoe: STRONG Recommended

My conclusion for Gravity Defyer Flexnet shoes is definitely a STRONG BUY. As a matter of fact, I’ve already recommended it to several my co-workers and they all loved it. In case you bought it, hope you enjoy the shoes too.

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What makes Gravity Defyer more comfortable than other shoes?

This is the exact question we’ve seen all the time. The answer is simple: Advanced VersoShock Technology from Gravity Defyer.

The Stone Age is Over
Many people have suffered with painful feet, legs or backs. Any way to stop it? The answer is Gravity Defyer’s exclusive VersoShock Trampoline Sole, a powerful machine that absorbs shock, eliminating pain from every step. It then propels you forward reducing fatigue so you can live a healthier more dynamic life.

Mankind was never intended to walk or stand on the hard unforgiving surfaces that now make up our environment. We evolved to walk on sand, soft earth and grass. Unlike other shoe companies, Gravity Defyer shoes have evolved. They are designed and crafted to reduce or eliminate harmful stress on the human body.

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How does Gravity Defyer shoe works?

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Gravity Defyer’s Advanced Technology Footwear combines several different technologies to make this possible. Here let’s look at several key elements:

Key Features:

• The VersoShock Trampoline Heel Membrane - Harnesses the force of Gravity by absorbing harmful and storing it momentarily. On release this energy is returned making activities easier, so you can do more with less effort.

• Smart Memory Master Spring – Aids the trampoline by limiting peak forces. Many companies have tried to harness springs for footwear with varying degrees of success. It is the combination of flexible trampoline membrane and springs that provides a smooth transition between yielding comfort while standing on hard surfaces and dynamic propulsion.

• Twin Stabilizers - Provide lateral stability, reinforcing the heel and maintaining the shoes movement in a linear (heel to tow) direction.

• Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate (EVA) Midsole – Which is the shoe’s resilient spine, creates a natural rocking bed, while protecting the delicate metatarsal bones.

Secondary Innovations

• Removable Comfort-Fit Insole - Provides pillow soft comfort against your skin to prevent blisters and irritation. Our Comfort-Fit Insole can be replaced at any time to accommodate orthotic devices.

• AVS3 Ventilation System – Harnesses the pumping action of the heel chamber to expel hot air from the shoe’s interior through a one way valve. This both cools the foot and reduces the occurrence of microbial growth and odor. Gravity Defyer Ballistic
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Reducing Fatigue & Making You More Active

First of all, do you know what is Plantar Fasciitis? What cause Plantar Fasciitis? Is Plantar Fasciitis something serious? Many people having Plantar Fasciitis do not realize it until it gets serious and painful. In this article, let’s go through one question a time.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis is a serious, painful, and progressing illness that occurs when the long, flat ligament along the bottom of the foot develops tears and inflammation. Serious cases of plantar fasciitis can possibly causes ruptures in the ligament. This ligament is called the plantar fascia and it extends your five toes and runs along the bottom of your foot, attaching to your heel. When you walk or run, you land on your heel and raise yourself on your toes as you shift your weight to your other foot, causing all your weight to be held up by your plantar fascia. Such repetitive force can pull the fascia from its attachment on your heel and cause damage and plantar fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms

The most common symptom of plantar fasciitis is heel pain when you take your first steps after getting out of bed or after sitting for a long period of time. You may also have:

  • Stiffness and pain in the morning or after resting that gets better after a few steps but gets worse as the day progresses.
  • Pain that gets worse when you climb stairs or stand on your toes.
  • Pain after you stand for long periods.
  • Pain at the beginning of exercise that gets better or goes away as exercise continues but returns when exercise is completed.

Plantar fasciitis may be mistaken for other conditions with similar symptoms such as tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Who suffers from Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is most often seen in middle-aged men and women, but can be found in all age groups. Plantar fasciitis is diagnosed with the classic symptoms of pain well localized over the heel area of the bottom of the foot. Often the pain from plantar fasciitis is most severe when you first stand on your feet in the morning. Pain often subsides quite quickly, but then returns after prolonged standing or walking.

Plantar fasciitis is sometimes, but not always, associated with a rapid gain of weight. Plantar fasciitis is also sometimes seen in recreational athletes, especially runners. In these athletes, it is thought that the repetitive nature of the sports causes the damage to the fibrous tissue that forms the arch of the foot.

How can Gravity Defyer shoes help Plantar Fasciitis!

Gravity Defyer’s built in shock absorbers, combined with their generous cushioning, are ideal for relieving pain and helping you be more active.
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Have you ever heard about Over-Pronation? Probably not that many if you never see doctor about your feet. But what about Flat Feet? Flat Feet is a very common problem. But many people do not really pay attention to it. In this article, we will talk about what exactly the flat feet is and how to fix it.

What is Over-Pronation?

Over-pronation also normally called Flat Feet is when the foot rolls inwards which causes an internal rotation of the lower leg and knee which results in strain on the lower body. Over-pronation places stress on the lower body and can cause foot pain, knee pin, leg pain, and lower back pain. Increased stress from over-pronation can cause plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, tendonitis, and also bunions.

Over-Pronation Symptoms

Over-Pronation symptoms can manifest in many different ways. The associated conditions depend on the individual lifestyle of each patient. Here is a list of some of the conditions associated with Over Pronation:
Hallux Abducto Valgus (bunions)
Hallux Rigidus (stiff 1st toe)
Arch Pain
Heel Pain (plantar Facsitus)
Metatarsalgia (ball of the foot pain)
Ankle Sprains
Shin Splints
Achilles Tendonitis
Osteochondrosis
Knee Pain
Corns & Calluses
Flat Feet
Hammer Toes

Who suffers from Over-Pronation?

Over pronation occurs due to a biomechanical dysfunction. Research shows over-pronation could happen to people at all ages, even kids.

Can Gravity Defyers shoes help ?

Gravity defyers feature built-in support and may aid in the reduction of foot and leg pain due to over pronation. They reduce the lateral “rolling over” of the feet which causes excessive pressure on the muscles, ligaments and bones of the lower body.

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What is Morton’s Neuroma?

Morton’s neuroma is the of the most common nueromas, which normally occurs at the base of the third toe and fourth toe. The thickening, or enlargement, of the nerve that defines a neuroma is the result of compression and irritation of the nerve. This compression creates swelling of the nerve, which eventually can lead to permanent nerve damage.

Morton's Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma Symptoms

Morton’s Neuroma symptoms could manifest in many different ways. Depend on individual’s lifestyle, here are some common conditions associated with Morton’s Neuroma:
Hallux Abducto Valgus (bunions)
Hallux Rigidus (stiff 1st toe)
Arch Pain
Heel Pain (plantar Facsitus)
Metatarsalgia (ball of the foot pain)
Ankle Sprains
Shin Splints
Achilles Tendonitis
Osteochondrosis
Knee Pain
Corns & Calluses
Flat Feet
Hammer Toes

Who suffers from Morton’s Neuroma?

Anything that causes compression or irritation of the nerve can lead to the development of a neuroma. One of the most common offenders is wearing shoes that have a tapered toe box, or high-heeled shoes that cause the toes to be forced into the toe box.

People with certain foot deformities including bunions, hammertoes, flatfeet, or flexible feet—are at higher risk for developing a neuroma. Other potential causes are activities that involve repetitive irritation to the ball of the foot, such as running or racquet sports. An injury or other type of trauma to the area may also lead to a neuroma.

How can Gravity Defyer Shoes help!

Gravity defyers provide proper padding and support for the metatarsal arch, thereby lessening the pressure on the nerve and decreasing compression when walking. Additionally, Gravity Defyers are constructed with a wide toe box in order to decrease compression of the toes and ball of the foot.
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Leg Pain is a very common issue many people have, especially old people or people have to stand for a long time, such as factory workers, waitress, even teachers. Is it some serious problem we need to pay attention or it will go away after some rest? Let’s go through some details while having those questions in mind.

What is Leg Pain?

While leg pain is common occurrence after injury, there are many non-traumatic causes of leg pain. Pain in the legs can be present because of conditions that affect bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, nerves, and skin. Most often, inflammation of tissues is the end result of these diseases, and the inflammation is the source of pain.

Leg Pain Symptoms

Illness and injury can affect any of these structures, causing discomfort and pain. More than one mechanism may be occurring at the same time. Some illustrative examples include:

  • An injured muscle will cause pain because of inflammation and swelling, but it may also affect the balance of muscles surrounding a joint. If this imbalance persists, the joint may start to hurt because of chronic stress placed upon it.
  • Patients with poorly controlled diabetes may develop diabetic neuropathy, in which some of the symptoms may include pain and loss of sensation in the feet. Diabetes is also one of the risk factors for peripheral vascular disease, which may cause narrowing of blood vessels in the legs. This may cause exercise-induced pain when muscles don’t get an adequate blood supply to meet their metabolic needs.

Who suffers from Leg Pain?

Leg pain is a very common symptom experienced by most individuals at some time in their life, however it could also be a symptom of a more serious condition. Please consult a physician if leg pain is persistent or you have a family history which might warrant further investigation.

Can Gravity Defyer shoes ease Leg Pain?

Gravity Defyer’s built in shock absorbers, combined with their generous cushioning, are ideal for relieving pain and helping you be more active.
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What is Heel pain or heel spur?

Heel pain normally is caused by heel spur which is a bony growth at the attachment of the plantar fascia to the heel bone. A heel spur can occur (with repetitive pulling of the plantar fascia) on a foot with no symptoms at all and a painful heel can have no heel spur present.
Heel Pain or Heel Spurs

Heel Spurs Symptoms

Heel pain caused by heel spur is often worse in the morning on first rising from bed or after rising from sitting. Pain is present on the sole of the heel and the heel may be slightly swollen and warm. The pain is often described as feeling “like a stone bruise” although there is no history of injury and the onset is gradual.

Who suffers from Heel Spurs?

Heel spurs occur due to a calcium deficiency –a common concern among the aging. When deficient, the body begins to leach calcium from the bones. In many people this happens to be in the heel of the foot or some other weak area of the body. As the calcium is being leached, it forms an eruption (similar to a volcano). This eruption is the bone spur. When the body is fed the right amount of “good” calcium the eruption subsides – along with the pain.

The best way to eliminate this “leaching process” (calcium deficiency) SAFELY, is to supplement your diet with a specially tested formulation of calcium along with the other vital minerals mentioned above. Please see a medical professional if you suspect you have a heel spur.

Can Gravity Defyer Shoes help Heel Spurs or Heel Pain?

Gravity Defyer’s can’t fix a calcium deficiency, but they can help you to be more comfortable during treatment.

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Feet Hammertoes are not as usual as other feet problems. But the pain caused by Hammertoes normally is quite severe. In this article, we will take a deeper look and see how hammertoe get grow and how to cure it in the right way.

What is Hammertoes?

Hammertoe is then bending–of one or both joints of the second, third, fourth, or fifth (little) toes. This abnormal bending can put pressure on the toe when wearing shoes, causing problems to develop.
Hammertoes

Hammertoes Symptoms

Common symptoms of hammertoes include pain and irritation of the phalanges and joints, corns, and calluses. Hammertoes, if left untreated, can lead to joint dislocation. The most common cause of hammer toes is muscle/tendon imbalance, but they are often aggravated by shoes that don’t fit properly

Who suffers from Hammertoes pain?

A major cause is in hereditary (family) factors, so individuals born with flat feet, and/or high arches are often prone to this problem. But contributing factors include wearing inappropriate footwear which cause excessive compression of the toes. Other conditions may be present. If you have bunions or excessive callus buildup please consult a physician.

Can Gravity Defyer Shoes ease Hammertoes Pain!

Gravity Defyers are constructed with a wide toe box in order to decrease compression of the toes and ball of the foot. According to many feedback from Gravity Defyer customers, yes, it does help a lot for hammertoes pain.

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What is Ankle Pain?

Nearly everyone experiences foot, heel or ankle pain at some time in their life. If the pain is general, it may be a minor issue that will heal naturally. Over 95% of all foot, heel and ankle pain will heal itself over time. But if pain is persistent, it may indicate a more specific condition.

Symptoms

  • Bunions. The joint of the big toe becomes enlarged, causing the skin over the joint to swell. Pain and tenderness result, and severe cases can be disabling.
  • Flexible flatfoot. This condition, the most common type of flatfoot, is characterized by partial or total collapse of both arches. Symptoms include pain, turned-in ankle, the sensation of shin splint pain and weakness in the leg or foot.
  • Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD). Often called adult-onset flatfoot, this condition usually happens in one foot only and is progressive. Pain on the inside of the foot and ankle, redness, swelling and arches that begin to flatten are symptoms.
  • Hammer toes, claw toes, and mallet toes. With these deformities,muscles that control movement of the toes become unbalanced, forcing the toe joints to bend into abnormal positions. Except in very rare cases, the lesser toes are affected rather than the big toe.
  • Bursitis. The heel swells, becomes inflamed and feels tender. Wearing shoes worsens the discomfort; rest improves the condition.
  • Achilles tendonitis. The soft tissues in and around the Achilles tendon (which connects the heel bone to the calf muscles) break down, causing pain and swelling in the back of the calf.
  • Stress fracture. A tiny crack in a bone will cause pain and weakness.
  • Ankle sprain. The foot turns inward causing a tearing or rupture of the strong soft tissue ligaments on the outside of the ankle.
  • Plantar fasciitis. The thick band of tissue on the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed where it connects to the heel bone.

Who suffers from this kind of injury?

Fashionable but poorly fitting shoes can cause foot pain.

Thanks mainly to high-heeled women’s shoes with narrow toe boxes, women have four times the number of foot problems that men do. Pregnant women have unique foot problems related to weight gain, swelling in the feet and ankles, and the presence of hormones that cause ligaments to relax — often weakening the feet.

In older women, severe foot pain is a major cause of disability, impairing the ability to walk unassisted or perform everyday activities.

Sometimes foot pain results from underlying conditions such as diabetes or arthritis. Abnormal functioning of nerves in diabetics causes paralysis of small muscles in the foot, which results in clawing of the toes, loss of feeling, callused skin and foot ulcers. Osteoarthritis has a painful effect on the many joints in the foot.

How Gravity Defyer Shoes can help!

Proper footwear can go a long way towards reducing symptoms and may help to prevent foot pain first place. Gravity Defyers are engineered to reduce pain and relieve symptoms of other common foot ailments.

They provide proper support, relieving foot pain and energizing the wearer. As a result, you may find yourself walking further and feeling more capable throughout the day.

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With current struggling economic, more and more people are suffering degenerative disc disease because they have to work harder and work longer in order to earn enough money to raise their family. It is kinda sad, but that is the fact. Is there any thing we can do to prevent such degenerative disc disease? Let’s start with the cause of degenerative disc disease in this article.

What is Degenerative Disc Disease?

Degenerative Disc Disease is the natural degradation of the cartilage between vertebra. As this cartilage breaks down the space between the vertebra is reduced, putting the fragile nerves that pass through these spaces in danger. A pinched nerve may cause pain, numbness or the loss of motor control. Many individuals with back pain also suffer from degenerative disc disease.

Symptoms

Symptoms for degenerative disc disease can include: fatigue, damage in the immediate area, reduced energy and headaches. Lower back pain is the most experienced symptom because this area is the subject to the most involuntary stress.

Who suffers from this kind of disease?

  • Between 75 and 85% of all people will experience some form of back pain during their lifetime.
  • Back pain is the second most frequently reported reason for visiting a Doctor. After the common cold, it is the leading reason for missed workdays for people under 45.
  • Lower back pain is more common in overweight people. Carrying extra weight causes increased stress on the back, especially the lower back which supports most the weight of the torso.

How can Gravity Defyer Shoes help!

Back pain is a complex problem, however proper footwear can go a long way towards reducing symptoms and may help to prevent it in the first place. Gravity Defyer footwear is engineered to reduce back pain and other common ailments that can be traced back to the foot bed.

Shoes which provide proper support maintain the alignment of the spinal column. This improved posture allows the body to work more efficiently relieving muscle tension in the legs and lower back. With reduced pain, your activity levels will improve. As a result, you may find yourself walking further and feeling more capable throughout the day. Aerobic exercise is the most effective way to burn calories where as strength exercises increase your muscle mass, which in turn increases your resting metabolism. Extra muscles burn extra calories even while sleeping.

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