If you’re not a winter sports person, or even if you’re just not the active type, your feet and ankles get used to your sedentary lifestyle.
By that I mean they’re not necessarily in shape and ready for frequent exercise, or for the intensity of the movement you may place them under.
So if you’re considering being more active this spring, even if it’s just to go on a short jog or walking quickly with a friend, it’s important to have your feet and ankles ready for action.
If you don’t have them in shape, you risk a twisted ankle, painful severe sprain, or even broken bones. And you certainly don’t want to find yourself laid up and running back-and-forth from the doctor when it gets nice out.
Here’s what you should do to make sure your feet and ankles are ready for any difficulty that comes their way this spring:
Pain is not okay. That means you need to stop.
If you follow these tips, you set yourself up for a fun spring and summer that doesn’t include any painful injuries or unexpected podiatrist visits.