Fix Your Feet – Foot Exercises to Combat Foot Disease

Aug 24th, 2010 by John Almodovar | Be The First To Comment

The Aligned and Well™ Fix Your Feet DVD is a very informative video that will not only teach you various foot exercises and stretches, but also explain why it’s important for you to do these exercises to achieve optimal foot health.  With the instruction of Katy Bowman, M.S., Developer of the Aligned and Well™ program, this video provides detailed and easy to understand techniques on how to perform various exercises to strengthen muscles inside the feet to combat unhealthy foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammer toes, neuromas, neuropathy and shin splints.  By having strong, regularly used muscles in your feet, such as the muscles that support your arch, you’ll gain proper circulation to the feet to keep tissue healthy, and ultimately disease free.  In this video, Katy Bowman will be with you every step of the way, providing tips and techniques, as well as constant health information so that you’re well educated about foot health.  The DVD also comes with Bonus Materials: Human Physics 101 (Human Body Owner’s Manual), which explains how the human body works and how you can get your human machine to function better.

In this video, Katy Bowman shows you the right way to:

  • Calf Stretch
  • Toe Stretch
  • Double Calf Stretch
  • Toe Exercises
  • Strap Stretch

All of these prescribed movements are recommended for:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Bunions
  • Hammer Toes
  • Neuromas
  • Neuropathy
  • Runner’s Feet Repair
  • Shin Splints

Katy Bowman provides and excellent analogy: the alignment of the human body instantly impacts its performance, such as the wheel alignment of a car – if you haven’t been told how to load or use your body properly, you can very much be suffering from a disease that was caused by the misuse of your body.  Fix Your Feet is part of the Aligned and Well™ Program Series.

The Aligned and Well™ Program Will Show You

  1. Where your body is right now.
  2. Where your body should be.
  3. The movements you need to do to get back on track.

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