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It could possibly be acute PF, however the Brooks Adrenaline is a very high stability shoe. The arch of a Brooks shoe is generally going to be a little higher than a lot of other shoes. Many people come into my store (running specific store) with these similar symptoms and we find that they wearing a shoe with too much arch, or too much stability, and it causes those arch pains.
I would recommend getting fitted for a pair of shoes that matches your foot type. If you are a overpronator the Adrenaline is still a good option, but try the Asics 2170, Mizuno Inspire, Nike Structure Triax, Brooks Ravenna, Saucony Guide, or the Adidas Sequence.
When treating PF, you generally want a soft, cushy, flexible shoe with a rigid arch (to stabilize that Plantar Fascia muscle so it can heal). Your best bet for this is to get Superfeet. The green color will be your best option because most shoes have removable insoles and the green are about 1/8″ thick (lots of cushion). If you go this route, I recommend weaning yourself onto wearing Superfeet. The company was founded in my current city and I speak with their rep all Air Jordan 16s the time They always encourage you to wear them for 10% of your workout every day, and build up to 100% over time. You won be used to having such a thick plastic piece under your arch, so if you go into wearing them too much it make your arches very sore and could further complicate your problem. Another option, is to move to a more neutral shoe. In this case, the Brooks Defyance is going to be your best option. The Defyance is going to feel very similar to the Adrenaline (they use the same Last), but the shoe has less support. The benefit of the Defyance is that, while it a neutral shoe, it still has a very solid arch in it that will stabilize that muscle.
Good luck and I hope this was of help!This comment is why I love reddit. Thank you very much. I very much like the Brooks brand, so Jordan Pro Strong I think I stick with them. What does overpronate mean? I looked it up, but how can I diagnose? I have found in the past (especially with Nike shoes) that the lining comes and rolls up under my arch, and detaches from the shoe there. This seems like it has something to do with pronation, from what I read. So if I overpronate, you recommend the Ravenna. But under what circumstances would you recommend the Defyance?
I can say whether I would agree or disagree with your lining issue. It is definitely something I would have to see watching you walk and run would be the best way to attack the issue. I would definitely recommend going to a running specific store in your area! I rather not be too specific, but the store I hail from is in Bellingham, WA. It a wonderful store with many wonderful people. we are all trained in gait analysis and are very fluent with our shoe tech and types.
However, while we do know quite a bit about shoes, I am Air Jordan 10 Retro certainly not a doctor and cannot guarantee my (or any redditor advice will work. Also, another issue I encountered get your foot sized! Many people have severe cramping in their arches because their feet are being crammed in shoes that are much too small!!
In regards to my Defyance suggestion the Defyance is an incredibly dynamic shoe. While the Ravenna is designed for the support, and the Glycerin is designed for flexibility/neutrality, the Defyance sits right on the line for both types. It has a tradition heel to toe drop (12mm) and is very flexible and cushy, but still maintains a great level of rigidity in the arch. Again, its always a case by case recommendation. Everyone foot is different! I must sleep now. I a 15k in the morning!! Let me know if you have further inquiry! I would love to help as best as I can!! Air Jordan 5s Run Happy :)This would be my first guess as well, and I definitely second the taking it seriously. If it is PF then ignoring it without Air Jordan Future trying to manage it can make it really hard to run, walk later that day/the next day, etc. Rest and running less are likely the best suggestions. All the other things people have noted regarding the frozen water bottle, exercises, etc. are good too. It is possible, if you catch it early, to sometimes square things away so that it goes away, just be proactive with regards to foot exercises, icing, etc.