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Posts tagged "Healthy Feet"

How to Tie Your Tennies to Alleviate Foot Pain

Lace-up to alleviate foot pain. Are your feet tired and painful at the end of the day? It might be your shoes that are frustrating your feet.

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

Young or Old: Healthy Feet Are Needed At Every Age

It doesn’t matter if you’re young, or old, healthy feet are needed at every age! Before we can walk, we have to crawl…  The development of adequate core, hip, and leg strength is a part of the equation to help us get UP on our feet when we begin exploring what it’s like to stand […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

What Running Shoes to Wear?

Tips for Selecting the Right Running Shoes “Aliesa, I watched your Foot Fitness Training video for Runners & Walkers and I know you said you get the “what shoes to wear” question a lot.  At the risk of being one more person with this question, what running shoes would you recommend?  I am in the […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness, Running.

Flat Feet and Fallen Arches – Are your Summer Feet Starting to Feel Flip-Flopped?

Do you have flat feet and fallen arches?  Are you starting to notice that your feet aren’t feeling up to par?  When you stand up tall and look down do you see a nice lifted arch, or are you noticing that your feet seem to be getting flatter, arches are falling?  Are your feet are […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

Foot Arch Strengthening Tip: Feeling Your Feet – Reaching Through The Rays

Keep your feet healthy and arches lifted and strong, help eliminate foot pain to stay active, pain-free, and fit A quick foot fitness tip for you today:  Think of the rays of your feet, like little Rays of Sunshine!  When you’re practicing your Fantastic Feet exercises or doing any exercise where you rise up on […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

Foot Pain FAQ’s and Simple Foot Exercise Solutions for Fantastic Feet!

Check out these foot pain FAQ’s! It’s not OK for your feet to hurt, and there are simple foot exercise solutions you can to help reduce foot pain and keep your feet healthy and fit.

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

Put a little “Spring” in Your Step to Strengthen Your Feet

The muscles of our feet are designed somewhat like springs.    If our arches are strong and working well, there is a spring effect that we can work with to be “light on our feet,” improve balance, and more easily transfer our weight from leg to leg to propel our bodies forward through space to walk […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness.

Exercises for Healthy Feet: Stretch Your Calves & Strengthen Your Arches

Articulating the Ankle: Improving Mobility To Point & Flex Your Feet Are you searching for the right exercises for healthy feet?  Are your calf muscles tight?  Do you ever have heel pain?  Do you hop around with toe cramps? or arch cramps? Are you plagued with Plantar Fasciitis problems?  Are you still searching for foot […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Flexibility & Stretching, Running, Walking.

Gain Ankle Strength and Heel Mobility for Better Balance

Medial / Lateral Ankle Strength & Multi-Directional Foot Mobility This is Part 3 in a 3-part series on Healthy Feet: Heel Mobility for Better Balance & Body Control Stretching the calf and soleus muscles are important for your lower leg and ankle flexibility, but just doing a plain old calf stretch probably isn’t going to […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness, Running, Walking.

How your Toes and Leg Alignment Affects the Feet for Healthy Heels

How Are You Working: Legs turned Toe-Out, Parallel, or Pigeon?  This article is Part 2 in a 3-part series on Healthy Feet: Heel Mobility for Better Balance & Body Control Little, seemingly insignificant posture habits can set you up for problems, pain and injury.  And what is interesting is the fact that your heels and […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Flexibility & Stretching, Foot Care & Foot Fitness, Running, Walking.