10 Best Women's Running Shoes For Bad Back
Updated on: May 2023
Best Women's Running Shoes For Bad Back in 2023
ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 6 MX Running Shoes, 9M, MID Grey/Purple SPEC
Saucony Women's Grid Excursion TR12, Burgundy/Grey, 8.5 M US
- GRID cushioning system
- Durable rubber outsole
- Trail specific mesh
ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 7 Running Shoes, 11M, Black/Silver
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Women's Running Shoe Black/Black-Oil Grey-Thunder Grey Size 8.0
- Perforations on upper enhance breathability in forefoot and arch.
- Full-length Zoom Air unit provides a smooth, responsive ride.
- Slimmer design reduces bulk for a comfortable, conforming fit.
- Exposed Flywire cables in the midfoot promote a snug fit at higher speeds.
ASICS Women's Gel-Kayano 25 Running Shoes, 10M, Black/ASICS Blue
- Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL Technology Cushioning System - Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
- I.G.S (Impact Guidance System) Technology - ASICS design philosophy that employs linked componentry to enhance the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off.
- Guidance Line Midsole Technology - Vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
- Guidance Trusstic System Technology - This Trusstic System Technology integrates Guidance Line construction for enhanced gait efficiency while providing midfoot structural integrity.
- SpevaFoam 45 Lasting - Employs 45 degree full length SpevaFoam 45 lasting material for a soft platform feel and improved comfort.
ASICS Women's Gel-Quantum 90 Running Shoes, 7.5M, Performance Black/Black
- Surface: Road. Differential: 10 mm. Heel/Toe: 21 mm/11 mm Lightweight mesh and synthetic upper with an athletic-inspired silhouette. Seamless construction in the forefoot helps eliminate the likelihood of irritation. Features refined heel detailing for a more versatile look. Lace-up closure. Padded tongue and collar. Breathable fabric lining. Ortholite® sockliner provides excellent support and reliable cushioning for long-lasting wear. Lightweight EVA midsole delivers featherweight cushi
- The ASICS® GEL-Quantum 90 running shoe has a versatile look that lets you wear it for casual occasions while still providing superior support and cushioning to keep you moving at your best mile after mile.
- Predecessor: GEL-Quantum 360.
- Support Type: Neutral.
- Cushioning: Lightweight, flexible response.
ASICS Women's Gel-Nimbus 21 Running Shoes, 7.5M, MID Grey/Silver
- FlyteFoam Propel Technology - ASICS energetic foam formulation that provides supreme bounce thanks to a unique elastomer compound.
- AHAR Outsole - Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.
- Reflectivity - Contains reflective materials designed to enhance visibility during low light hours.
- Heel Clutching System Technology - Exoskeletal heel counter provides improved support and creates improved heel fitting environment.
- Plus 3 Midsole Technology - 3mm of additional height on women's models helps relieve achilles tension.
Dr. Scholl's LOWER BACK Pain Relief Orthotics // Clinically Proven Immediate and All-Day Relief of Lower Back Pain (for Women's 6-10, also available for Men's 8-14)
- Designed for Lower Back Pain specifically for people who suffer from lower back pain as a result of being on their feet
- With Shock Guard Technology to treat pain from the ground up, for immediate and all-day relief, every day
- Reduces impact as you move
- Fits Casual shoes, Sneakers & Work boots/shoes. Trim to fit in any shoe
- Dr. Scholl's offers a Money Back Guarantee if you're not satisfied with the product
adidas Performance Women's Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoe, White/White/Black, 8.5 M US
- Women's specific fit
- Cloudfoam memory sockliner and textile lining
- Easy, everyday runners
- Hugs the foot
Plantar Fasciitis Feet Insoles Arch Supports Orthotics Inserts Relieve Flat Feet, High Arch, Foot Pain Mens 7-7 1/2 | Womens 9-9 1/2 â€¦
- ★LASTING COMFORT - arch support improves foot and leg alignment, enhances comfort, and helps ease stress and pain caused by flat feet (Pronation), bunions, arthritis, and diabetes.provides relief from Plantar Fasciitis (heel pain & heel spurs), Achilles Tendonitis and also Ball of Foot pain
- ★DEEP HEEL CUP- to maintain correct foot positioning.protects your heel during the heavy impact of landing during walking or running and stabilizes the foot.
- ★PREMIUM EVA MATERIAL - It is excellent for shock absorption and pain relief. The fabric also helps keep your feel cool
- ★DESIGNED FOR EVERYDAY USE - Provides moderate control and support in walking or casual hiking shoes, work shoes and boots.Comfort and cushioning for all types of leisure or everyday footwear
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Study: Women Best at Problem-Solving Skills in a Marriage
A new study published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology suggests that when solving problems within a marriage, it is the women that wield all the power.
The study was recently published under the title "Sex Differences in the Use of Demand and Withdraw Behavior in Marriage: Examining the Social Structure Hypothesis" and was led by David Vogel, Associate Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University and Megan Murphy, Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies also at Iowa State.
The study included 72 married couples from the state of Iowa that were documented to be relatively happy in their marriages. According to the report, none of the couples were undergoing any form of therapy (or counseling) during the study.
Spouse participants had an average age of 33 years and a marriage longevity of approximately 7 years. Ethnically, two-thirds (66%) of the couples were of European ancestry, 22% were Asian, and the rest were Hispanic and African-American at 5 and 4% respectively.
The data was collected through a series of questionnaires eliciting information on relationship satisfaction and evaluating the capacity to make decisions within the marriage. Each individual spouse was also prompted to identify a problem or issue they felt needed attention and resolution and that could not be solved unless there was support and cooperation from the other spouse. Participants were then asked to enlist the specific behaviors and actions that were used to solve the problem once it emerged.
Once the data was collected, the couples were reunited and encouraged to discuss each of the dilemmas for ten minutes at a time. All of the discussions were documented via videotape. The researchers made sure that no one else but the couple was able to participate in any of the discussions.
The team then subsequently studied the videotapes and scored the couples interactions according to a rating system that takes into account five "demand and withdraw" behaviors. These include: avoidance, discussion, blame, pressure for change, and withdrawal behavior
As a whole, the researchers found that during problem-solving negotiations, it was the wives that were more likely to display power in a domineering fashion irrespective of which spouse initiated the discussion. In other words, it was the women who were more likely to have the partner give in. The researchers emphasized that their study refutes previous assumptions that sex differences in marital power favor the husbands.
In the press release from Iowa State University, Professor Vogel stated that "The study at least suggests that the marriage is a place where women can exert some power, whether or not it's because of changing societal roles, we don't know. But they are, at least, taking responsibility and power in these relationships. So at least for relatively satisfied couples, women are able to take some responsibility and are able to exert some power, but it's hard for us to say why that's so."
As per the ISU brief, Professor Murphy said that "Women are responsible for overseeing the relationship -- making sure the relationship runs, that everything gets done, and that everybody's happy, and so, maybe some of that came out in our findings in terms of women domineering and dominating, that they were taking more responsibility for the relationship, regardless of whose topic was being discussed."
The research team also noted that previous studies have found that healthy marriages usually tend to have men that accept influence from their wives.