Many things most women do in their normal routine actually put great stress on their feet and ankles.
Do you do any of these?
Find out some of the most common mistakes you can make, and the potential harm they can cause:
This even includes seemingly minor differences. For example, walking shoes actually have a different build than running shoes. When running, the front of your foot hits the ground more. When walking, you tend to put more weight on your heels.
Also, be wary of cross-trainers. While designed to work across multiple exercises, they’re not necessarily a good fit for any one particular activity.
So, make sure you buy the right shoes for the primary type of activity you’ll find yourself doing.
Check yourself to see if you make any of those mistakes. And if you do, it only takes you some simple steps to get your feet on the right track so you avoid unnecessary foot pain and injury.