Eating “right” can mean many different things for many different people. You may even find that your eating habits will change over time depending on varying factors such as the amount of exercise you are doing, what foods you chose to eat (such as if you eat meat at one point in your life and switch to vegetarianism), and even what the weather is like from a day to day basis!
Have you ever heard that taking cold showers is good for you? Are you looking to challenge yourself to think more clearly, exercise more regularly, and recover more quickly? In this article, we will share eight benefits of cold showers that will make you want to put yourself up for the challenge!
If your feet are not completely flat, you have arches. And if you have arches, chances are you have experienced pain that can be described as sharp or dull, and varies among people as a constant, periodic, stress induced, or activity induced. This pain can change over time and even feel different from your left foot to your right.
For many of us, stretching is an afterthought. Exercise tends to take priority, and stretching ends up neglected. But stretching shouldn’t be trivialized. Itkeeps your muscles strong, healthy, and flexible—and believe it or not—we all need that flexibility. Stretching shouldn’t be a hassle, and knowing some tips and tricks could help you enjoy your stretch sessions that much more.
Caffeine can make you more alert, put you in a better mood, and make you feel less tired—and it’s been known to improve your physical work ethic and mental capacity. Sounds pretty great, right? But what about before a workout? Could caffeine be a beneficial inclusion to your exercise routine? Surprisingly—yes!
Nobody wants to get injured on the job—and a foot injury can be one of the most bothersome afflictions to deal with. It can slow you down tremendously, impede your productivity, and cause copious amounts of pain and frustration. But what if it could’ve all been avoided?
It's that time of the year again where the cold of winter has dried out your skin causing flaking, itchiness, embarrassment, and discomfort. All at the same time we are supposed to be prepping for Valentine’s Day and planning out our spring break vacations. Be sure to follow these tips in order to get the perfect base before you pamper.
Researchers have found that 20% of men and 24% of women experience foot pain. The findings indicate that women are more likely to experience foot pain, cramps, and ankle pain than men. Why is there such a dramatic difference between sexes? Well, there are many factors specific to gender that contribute, some of which significantly increase the likelihood of developing foot problems.
Valentine's Day is a wonderful time to share with your friends, family, and loved ones how much you appreciate them. This V-Day, whether you're riding solo or with your Valentine, be sure to take some time for yourself. So today, we will be sharing 10 ways to get outside using FitMyFoot custom insoles so that you can show yourself—and your feet— the love you deserve!
For those of us who love the rush and can’t wait to get back on the slopes, skiing and snowboarding is something to look forward to all-year-round. But one thing tends to get in the way of enjoying these high intensity sports—and it’s something many skiers and snowboarders are very familiar with. Foot pain.
You’veprobably heard of shin splints.Perhaps you’ve even had them yourself. Chances are, ifyou’re a runner, you most likely have. Up to 16.8 percent of runners have shin splints at one point during their life. But shin splints aren’t just experienced by people who exercise rigorously. In fact, anyone can get shin splints. So, what are shin splints?