The more we tend to exercise and be active, the more we are prone to some muscle tightness, pains, aches, and issues popping up that cause us to scratch our heads in wonderment. You may even discover “new muscles” that you did not realize that you had and you may even leave a workout thinking, “What the hell did I do now?” Does that mean that exercising is bad? Absolutely NOT! It just means that we are putting ourselves into a circumstance that will allow for unfamiliar sensations and possibilities to pop up. We are also, however, putting ourselves into potential for growth- physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. As you know, the benefits of exercise far outweigh the concerns, so stay active and continue to work on your health. With that being said, it is essential to stay educated and listen to your body so that you can continue in working towards your abundance of health-related goals. One of the top questions I get is about foot tightness and pain, especially with runners, cardio-buffs, and more aggressive weight-lifters. Click the title link to read more!

“Your athletic performance is only as good as your foot stability and strength.”  

~Tansy Rodgers