Let me quit it with the half baked attempts at being comical. Let’s now get into the meat of what I’ve been talking about here. I’ve spent over $87,000 on my own education, which includes countless 2 or 3 day bootcamps, endless books about real estate and a couple of one on one mentorships. At the end of the day, it was really the mentorships that pushed me over the edge. I’m built like a typical Hardgainer, 180 cm in height (5 feet, 9 inches) and my original weight was around 143 lbs – I have a small bone structure, especially my forearms and shins. They’re naturally very thin. People with high, stiff arches are probably more susceptible to bony injuries on the outside of their foot, ankle, and leg, while people with flat and flexible arches are more likely to get soft tissue injuries and problems on the inside of their lower body. While low-arched runners seem to get a better bargain, don’t forget that Achilles injuries , muscle strains, or other soft tissue problems can be just as disruptive as a stress fracture or stress reaction Hope this makes sense but does anybody have any ideas? Going to a foot doctor isnt an option right now. College funds wont permit it for a few months. You should be able to easily determine if you have high arches. You'll notice a high and definite arch on your foot. If you do the footprint test, your print will curve inward, making the middle part of your foot look very skinny. When you push your hand against the bottom of your foot, your arch will stay rigid. Usually store will have neutral shoes, which is high arches specific running shoes but without any features such as medial post or motion control. Neutral shoes can be perfect option as they offer wider base, dry insoles and air based shock absorption system. 2. Best shoes for women with high arch Bunions - A bunion is when the tip of your big toe points toward your second toe causing a bump on the inside of your foot Bunions can be caused by a person's inherent foot mechanics and is often inherited. It is important to seek medical help as early as possible if you have a bunion to prevent it from getting worse and requiring surgical correction. Weight and Feet - With an ever increasing incidence of obesity in the US population, a link has been discovered between foot pathology and weight. The more you weigh the greater incidence of developing diabetes, plantar fasciitis, and osteoarthritis. Stand with feet wider than shoulders, knees slightly bent. Bend elbows and bring fists to either side of chin. Pivot left on left foot as you bring right knee up, then kick forward. At the same time, open fists, palms facing away from you, and bring right arm in front of belly and left forearm in front of face, as if blocking an opponent; repeat. Continue for 30 seconds, then change sides.