pain in calf followed by pins and needles in foot.
Yeah would be real interesting to see if you got this sorted out. It could be as simple as cramp or the repetitive action of foot strike, does it still happen on soft surfaces? There is also the potential for neural link, maybe coming form the back or simply real tight calves impinging the nerve slightly.
Will be good to know if you got any diagnosis.
Yep! me too.
After 30 to 40 mins at 10/11 min miles my ''Tingling'' begins in the right foot and after a while, will travel up my leg. My runs are normally hilly. I made a mental note on my last 2 hilly runs to record what and where I was when the ''Tingling'' kicked in and when it (almost disappeared). When I came to a down hill part of the run, the ''Tingling'' began to ease. I have since had my feet measured at ''SweatShop'' and found that my right foot is size 9 and my left foot is in between 8 and 8.5. I now run in ''New Balance'' size 9 wide fitting and touch wood, have not had any ''Tingling''. since. I'll keep you posted on my future runs.
I know this thread is from a long time ago but i get exactly the same thing.
30 to 40 mins in then goes at about 60mins.
Ive tried all of above but nothing works.
Ive recently started running with a forefoot strike I wear ascic Kayano gel 18
Any more advice out there
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