Your feet are probably the most neglected part of your body. You put so much attention into keeping your organs, muscles, and even skin healthy but do you pay attention to your feet?
Promoting foot health doesn’t require you to spend hours in the gym or exercise equipment at home. You only need a few minutes with the Yamuna Foot Wakers and Yamuna Foot Savers to keep your feet healthy.
Yamuna Foot Wakers
It’s very easy to include foot fitness in your everyday routine with these. You can use the Foot Wakers while sitting down, watching TV, working at your desk, or even while relaxing. You can also use them while standing for greater intensity. These pair of half-spheres are hollow plastics covered with knobs that can stimulate the bottom part of the foot and boost blood circulation.
You will feel your blood freely moving upwards and invigorate your body. This will enhance foot muscle tone, strength, and flexibility. The Foot Wakers are great for those just starting to work on their foot fitness, especially if you have sensitive feet. After several uses, you will notice that your feet are starting to straighten up.
Yamuna Foot Savers
These half-spheres that are made of plastic are for intense and powerful foot exercises that can improve foot function and prevent your feet from limiting your movement at any time in your life.
What the Foot Savers do is re-educate your feet. They improve your gait, alignment, and muscle tone. They can also strengthen arches, boost the range of motion, and stimulate reflexology points. Aside from all that, they can stimulate and elongate the muscles of the lower back, hips, thighs, and calves.
An intense workout with Foot Savers can help rehabilitate your foot problem and work your body from your feet all the way up to your head.
Yamuna Foot Wakers and Foot Savers
- Stimulates the feet and improves circulation to your legs and feet
- Compact, portable, and perfect for travel
- Versatile, convenient, and easy to use
- Helps Prevent or Alleviate Pain from Plantar Fascitis, Morton's Neuroma, Flat Feet, Fallen Arches
- Improved posture
- Reduce foot pain
- Improved alignment in all parts of the body
- Develop proper balance of strength and muscle control
- Increased flexibility
- Stretch and relax tight muscles
Who needs to boost their foot fitness?
Children can start working on their foot fitness as early as four years old so they would learn how to use their feet correctly at an early age and avoid foot problems later on in life.
Bad habits start when young so by the time people become adults, foot problems can’t be avoided anymore. Take note that 75% of the American population will suffer from foot problems at some point in their lives. Foot problems are inevitable if you don’t take care of your feet.
If athletes want to improve their performance then foot fitness is highly advisable. Training with your feet always enclosed in shoes can limit the muscles of the legs to function fully. Injuries to the hips, knees, and ankles are mostly caused by the absence of proper alignment of the joints found in the feet.
Dancers usually understand the importance of foot fitness better than other people because they have to keep their feet flexible, aligned, and strong to be able to dance and avoid injuries while dancing.
Yoga practitioners have to develop firm and well-aligned legs, knees, ankles, and feet in order to prevent injuries from happening when they are doing standing yoga poses.
Foot problems can occur at any age. Bunions, hammertoe, claw toe, and other kinds of crooked toe are common problems that we encounter can easily be avoided if you work on your foot fitness. Relief from painful foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis and Morton’s Neuroma can be achieved too.
The feet are the furthest part of the body from the heart and they are actually the part of the body that deteriorates first. Despite being far from the heart, the health of your feet can affect your overall health. So keeping your feet healthy, vibrant, and awake is a key aspect to having a Healthy Happy Long Life.
You might also be interested to read What Causes Foot Pain? and Foot Reflexology and Its Benefits.