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Ruth Your Questions About Heels Without Heel For Sale

Ruth asks…

John Cena heel turn………?

I know this has been talked about forever and it hasn’t happened and people are going to scream “little jimmy’s and merchandise sales” at me. However, there are no good heels in the company right now. The Miz is the number one heel across both brands and Christian is second followed closely by Del Rio. Then in fourth place I’d have to say is Mark freaken Henry. When Mark Henry is the 4th biggest heel they’ve got, they have problems.

Now Punk’s promo’s have taken things up a notch, no doubt but the problem is, they were so good that now he’s an anti hero face rather than a heel. Without a legitimate, dangerous, powerful heel the WWE can’t have much of a story line. Even in the terrible 2008-2010 years they had Orton as a big time baddy.

Do you think it’s possible they might actually pull the trigger on the Cena heel turn soon? Also, do they have to wait until after Wrestlemania because of Cena/Rock or could it work with Cena as a heel vs Rock as the face?

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It’s never ever going to happen ever. I know everybody and their goldfish wants it to happen but the sooner people realise it aint going to and move on, the better for them.
After WrestleMania 28, John Cena will be starting his movie career when he and The Rock co-star in a movie triggering other offers for him which will lure him away from the WWE.
And before anybody says that Cena will never leave WWE because it’s what he loves to do… That’s crap, he will move on.
Cena loves to make money, and if Hollywood say they’re going to put $5 million into his bank account for a movie role and $20 million + for a string of movies per contract then he aint going to say to them “No.. I don’t want that money because I love to do what I’m doing and that’s wrestling”
Cena has done everything there is to do in WWE except face The Rock.
Once he’s done that his time will be Hollywood.

Maria Your Questions About Heels Without Heel For Sale

Maria asks…

Negative heel technology? A good shoe for plantar fasciitis sufferer?

I purchased a pair of negative heel technology walking shoes (really it is a sport shoe), and i would like to hear from a physical therapist or even a doctor of podiatry, orthopaedics, and/or anyone who is a sufferer to find out about if my purchase makes sense.

this shoe is bizarre but the sales person assured me I was making a wise choice. Anyone who knows anything about plantar fasciities has to know the intense pain and a sufferer will almoswt do anything to stop and/or aqt least minimize the pain so I want to make sure I didn’t fall into a trap. I have 30 days to return the shoe as long as they are “unworn”. which means to NOT wear outside. i am wearing them inside now, and I’m just not sure about this shoe. It is VERY bizarre.

Thoughts?

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First, I have to say that I’ve never used them, so I might be somewhat of a biased source. Yet, I can understand the mechanics behind why they are thought to work. Loading of the tissue by giving it a tensile force can lead to remodeling…leading to a more superior and healthy (and presumably less painful) achilles tendon. Yet, realize that this takes place over a very long time. Considering as such, is your purchase going to be over any signficant difference when compared to already well-established protocols (although, sadly, rarely used…most PTs are still stuck on the thought that tendonitis is an inflammatory condition that needs to be rested and iced) that involve eccentric loading (such as heel drops off a stair and squats on a decline board). Although it generally takes about 12 weeks for most pain to subside and at least a year for the tissue to restore to a relatively healthy state, these are very simple exercises that only require a stair and a slanted board. Alfredson is one such researcher that has promoted these types of protocols. Yet, the greatest understanding comes with knowing how much pain is acceptable with recovery. Pain needs to be produced with the exercise, but it’s a little bit of a fine art to understand how much to do without pushing someone into an inflammatory state. Furthermore, I am not aware of any established protocols for wearing negative heeled shoes (I’m not saying they don’t exist, but I’m just not aware)…we must be aware that intermittent stresses strengthen a tissue (such as the exercises), but that prolonged stresses DAMAGE a tissue. That being said, I imagine they should only be worn for a certain percentage of the day. Also, does it take you into a far enough stretch? I question whether the 1-2 inch difference in heel hight is enough? I don’t know.

In the end, I certainly understand the mechanics behind negative heeled shoes. Yet, my impression is that the treatment is not well established. I’d be more inclined to see a PT who is familiar with achilles tendon protocols such as those outlined and well established like Alfredsons

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