When it comes to a daily gym routine, it’s easy to overlook a specific workout for your feet. Instead, you focus on the usual suspects: cardio, core and strength, without thinking twice about the health of your foundation.
Any seasoned runner has likely experienced a slew of injuries, both big and small – blisters, plantar fasciitis, shin splints – these can all sideline a runner for a few weeks, but the one injury runners truly fear are stress fractures.
This very common running injury can take weeks to heal, and may even require a boot or crutches. Stress fractures can recur if changes are not made to the runner’s training, nutrition, lifestyle, and footwear.
Understanding the causes, symptoms, and how footwear plays a role can help runners and other athletes avoid this dreaded injury.
We know that when you purchase Correct Toes, you’re investing valuable resources toward the health of your feet. While Correct Toes are made from top-quality silicone, there are several ways to properly wear and care for the product. The following tips will guide you through how to use your Correct Toes to get the most out of them.
Many people are aware that a transition period is required when switching from conventional, PCECH-style (Pronation Control, Elevated, Cushioned Heel) shoes to naturally shaped shoes. Most people want to know the proper protocol for transitioning to foot-healthy footwear
Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury that affects the bottom of the foot and is one of the most common causes of heel pain. When the long band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot (the fascia) is overstretched, tiny tears can create inflammation, leading to a painful condition.