Strong Feet

How To Heal Pain In The Foot, Plantar Fascia, Heel, Or Toes

Whether it’s your plantar fascia, your heel, or somewhere else – foot pain is frustrating. What’s even more frustrating is that most of the suggestions out there for handling it have to do with staying off it, getting orthotics, and taking pain relievers. While those might be a short term part of a comprehensive healing plan,[..]

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The Six Pillars Of An Unbreakable Body: Strong Feet

It’s not normal to have foot pain. It’s not natural to develop plantar fasciitis. Bunions aren’t genetic. And flat feet can be fixed. Not only are strong feet important so that your feet feel good, having strong feet impacts how strong you’ll move your entire lower body. From running to climbing stairs, weightlifting to cycling,[..]

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Making Feet And Glutes Work Nice So You Can Move Well

In order to get around this great Earth, you’re going to need your locomotive capacity to be functioning well. That means having all of the body parts necessary for movement working. And it means having your movement quality such that the very act of locomotion (walking, running, jogging, crawling, climbing) is possible for you. In[..]

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Take Your Shoes Off

I’ve asked one of the most popular guest writers on Fit For Real Life to come back! You guys loved her article on the foot’s fatty padding, now please enjoy Jessi Stensland’s newest article! Over to Jessi who teamed up with Stephanie Welch, humanist and ancestral health advocate, for this one…   “Because my feet, and[..]

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Grow Yourself A Shoe | All About The Foot’s Fatty Padding

If you’ve spent any amount of time here at Fit For Real Life, you know that having strong, pain-free feet is an outcome I champion. I met Jessi Stensland in 2011, just a few years out of her professional triathlon and off-road racing careers, and we’ve forged a friendship through a mutual love of natural[..]

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