Walking exercises virtually all parts of the body, from the feet and calves to the back, arms, lungs and the heart. It is the most natural form of exercise, and does not carry the associated risks of jogging or strenuous exercise in a gym, and is a lot less expensive. But what if you are one of those many people who cant enjoy walking because it causes sore feet, leg pain, back pain and uncomfortable posture. Maybe your children do not enjoy sports at school, again because of foot problems and lower back problems. In these situations you need to look at orthotics. Orthotics are orthopaedic devices designed to treat or adjust various biomechanical foot disorders. They may be simple, commercially made devices, such as cushioned heel cups or insoles for shoes, but the best ones are insoles designed by doctors that give the user some form of personal adaptation of the insole. Because perfect feet are very rare, almost anyone can benefit from orthotics. There are several common symptoms that may indicate misalignment of the feet. You may be a candidate for orthotic devices if: one side of the sole of your shoe wears out faster than the other; you frequently sprain your ankle; you have chronic heel, knee or lower back pain; your shins hurt; your toes are not straight; your feet point inward or excessively outward when you walk; your feet hurt in general. While perfect feet may be very rare, there is no such thing as an average foot. That is why Walkfit Insoles are much better than an over the counter insole. These insoles are designed by physicians and they come with three different inserts, Low, Medium and High, to insure that they are suitable for your foot. You are advised to experiment with the inserts, for about 1 hour per day, until you find the one that is best suited to your needs. They also come in a large number of different sizes to suit men, women and children. When using these insoles, remember that your shoes may have extra layers already in them. It is advised to remove these layers and just use the supplied insoles. Insoles are not like an instant painkiller, so be patient. It could take up to three weeks to adjust to these insoles but once you do, then you will realize the huge difference they make to your walking and exercising. You will then be able to partake in the healthiest form of exercise available to you. 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"Compositions; an El Rancho High School Student Art Exhibit" will run from Saturday to May 14 at the center, 9200 Mines Ave. All the works on display were created by students in the school's Visual and Performing Arts departments. Media will include graphic design, digital imaging, photography, fine art and sculpture. at the center. The El Rancho High School Choir and Theater Department will provide entertainment. and noon this Sunday. The breakfast will be at the American Legion Post No. 341, 4909 Durfee Ave. in Pico Rivera. The fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children. The menu includes eggs, chorizo, sausage, potatoes, beans, biscuits and gravy, fruit, cereal, doughnuts, juice and coffee. Funds raised will go to local students. For more information, call 562 695 1558. APRIL 15 Passons Boulevard closure through next April A section of Passons Boulevard will be closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic from April 15 to April 2012 due to a construction project. The city is building an underpass beneath the railroad tracks on Passons Boulevard. The aim is to improve traffic flow. The street closure will extend from Slauson Avenue to 400 feet north of Rivera Road. Pedestrian and local vehicle traffic will be directed to use Slauson Avenue, Serapis Avenue and Rex Road. Montebello Bus lines have adjusted routes to accommodate the closure. The hotline on the Passons Boulevard underpass project is 562 949 9499. Specific questions can be directed to the construction manager, Steve Quezada, at 562 949 9450. APRIL 16 Easter celebration planned at Smith Park A free petting zoo, egg hunt, photos with the Easter Bunny and his pals, face painting and games are among the attractions at the city's upcoming Easter Eggstravaganza. Women Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Black Red White,Here's a sobering thought. Summer or winter, rain or shine, all that lies between you and a short, damaging trip into the scenery is the equivalent of the area of four shoe soles. Yes, every car tyre has a 'contact patch' the amount of its treaded area that touches the road. This area is only the size of an adult's footprint. Let's say your car weighs one tonne. Nobody weighs half a tonne and the soles of his or her shoes do a pretty good job, expect perhaps on ice or snow. Translated into car tyre terms, the four sole area has to do much, much more. It's unlikely, for example, that a road car could generate a cornering force of 1g. Under heavy braking, it's quite possible for such a force to be generated. Moreover, the forces generated during acceleration and cornering can be very high. Your car tyres and their contact patches do more than a 'pretty good job'. You don't usually expect your shoes to keep you from slipping in adverse conditions, such as on gritty or diesel soaked tarmac in extremes of temperature. Your car tyres do this on a regular basis. Legally, each of your car tyres must have a minimum of 1.6 millimetres of tread across of the width of the tyre's running surface. Not meeting this requirement can get you three penalty points on your licence, as well as a 2,500 fineper tyre. So, four balding car tyres equals a lost licence and fines of up to 10,000. In this context, the law could be called an ass. Why? Because just 1.6 millimetres of tread on a car tyre is cutting things fine when it comes to grip. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSpa) put this to the test. They tried some emergency stops in a typical car on some typical surfaces. On smooth concrete, as some motorway stretches have, the car's barely legal tyres took a distance of 46.6 percent more to stop than an equivalent car with good tyres. Similarly, on hot rolled asphalt, the worn tyres needed 36.8 percent more distance to bring the car to a halt. There's no need to ask why RoSpa recommends a minimum tread depth of 3 millimetres. This isn't the only scenario where worn car tyres will struggle. Tyres are designed to act like water pumps in wet conditions, they can clear surface water from their contact patches. When this fails to happen properly, the tyre will ride on a thin film of water. If this happens, you'd feel the steering lighten, which is an indicator of what's actually going on. When a car tyre is unable to cut through road water fast enough, it will aquaplane. Aquaplaning equals significantly reduced grip, as you might find out when you attempt to steer or brake. Whilst it may seem to make sense to get the very most out of the treads on your car tyres, there is such a thing as false economy. Your car tyres have wear indicators, moulded into the treads. Take a look at them and, if the treads no longer stand proud of the tread wear indicators, it's new tyre time. Running your tyres down to the legal minimum could cost you far more than you think.
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You already guessed, you just won't admit it to yourself. It was via the process of cutting blood supply to the testicles, or more commonly amputating them altogether. How did they perform such an invasive and not to mention traumatizing surgery on a six to 12 year old kid? By giving them a bath. They simply soaked them in a tub of water to soften them up, and then performed the surgery when they were rendered unconscious. We assume the unconscious part came from telling the seven year old that they were not, in fact, receiving candy for this public bathing but actually getting their balls chopped off. Then castrati might hope for a good 10 year run as a performer, after which the boy would only be 17 and rethinking the long term strategy of a castration career. Of course, settling down and getting married wasn't an option, unless the boy could find that one in a million girl turned on by non existent erections. I think I just felt no nevermind. Just a breeze. Eventually, castratis fell out of fashion in the late 1700s, not because of the ridiculously brutal violence visited upon little boys, but because the Italian soap opera plots they performed in became too silly to watch. The audiences didn't mind the castrations; it was the authenticity of the scripts that turned them off. Hear that, M. Night Shyamalan? No amount of castrated boys could save your films from sucking. Coal remains one of the most vital sources of energy the world over, but mining the stuff continues to be an ugly, incredibly dangerous business. So picture how rough it was prior to the 20th century when coal provided virtually the only power source, and the height of safety technology involved ropes, carts and yelling, "Run!" when stuff blew up. Or if they were really rad, they would simply walk away calmly. You couldn't imagine worse working conditions. Explosions, shaft cave ins, asphyxiation, black lung; it was all in a day's work for Ye Old coal miners. To put it in perspective, we have more than once left work early because we felt "itchy." Of course, the only way to ensure any measure of safety and success back then was to rely on the most experienced and well trained coal miners. Or children. Yeah, screw it, children will do. They would have used bunnies, but they were resistant to learn the trade. From ages as young as four, children were employed in the art of hurrying: pulling giant sled loads of coal through tiny shafts. Children made perfect carriers because their short stature allowed them to crawl around two foot tunnels in the bowels of the Earth for 12 hours a shift. You might wonder why midgets were not employed. Because midgets are people too, jerk. Oh, and did we mention the children were often forced to do the work naked? Perhaps clothes were forbidden because loose articles might catch on shaft walls. Or perhaps the idea of a fully clothed child crawling on their belly in an ink black hole deep underground came off as too dignified. The fact is, there was no physical need for mine shafts to be constructed that small, and therefore no need to employ children. Building shafts over 24 inches wide just cost more. It's simple Supply and Demand: people kept supplying disposable children, and mining companies kept demanding those kids to shimmy their little asses down the scary, dark hell mouth. If Hollywood taught us anything about life at sea it's that it's rough, dirty and a little sexually ambiguous. If you were a strapping young lad in the 18th or 19th century and wanted to experience life on the high seas firsthand, you simply volunteered for the position of Loblolly Boy. Alternatively, be in a Disney movie. Considered the lowliest position on the boat, a Loblolly's day included serving food and cleaning medical instruments. Oh, and cleaning up blood and severed limbs. See, the Loblolly played the roles of janitor, waiter and nurse on a ship. The position's name derived from the name of a thick oatmeal gruel or porridge, perhaps with a bit of meat or some vegetables in it that the boy was in charge of serving. The Loblolly stew was also called spoon meat but likely no one wanted a "Spoon Meat Boy" on board. First, there was the simple job of cleaning, which sounds like fine entry level work, except it mainly consisted of cleaning up motion sick rider's barf and throwing sand over the blood and guts covering the deck during a battle. "Mind the wet floor, gentlemen. Don't slip and hurt yourselves." But even that had to be less traumatizing than the Loblolly's role as assistant to the ship surgeon, considering this wasn't exactly the days of blue scrubs and sterile operating rooms. The job included collecting up amputated limbs, pouring hot tar on wounds and cleaning bed pans. 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