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Healthytoes Are Happy Toes

I was in my favorite fitness class last week when our instructor showed us a new move that required a lot of strength and flexibility from our toes. I pride myself on being one of the students who usually gets the challenging moves, but this time I couldn’t master it—my toes just didn’t have it in them! I talked to the instructor about it after class and she assured me it takes months of practice to build up the type of strength and flexibility needed. Since I only get to class once a week, I figured it would take me a year to work up to it.
Healthytoes
Healthytoes Are Happy Toes

I was in my favorite fitness class last week when our instructor showed us a new move that required a lot of strength and flexibility from our toes. I pride myself on being one of the students who usually gets the challenging moves, but this time I couldn’t master it—my toes just didn’t have it in them! I talked to the instructor about it after class and she assured me it takes months of practice to build up the type of strength and flexibility needed. Since I only get to class once a week, I figured it would take me a year to work up to it.

Then I got Healthytoes Toe Stretchers. The flexible silicone is contoured to fit the shape of your foot, and as soon as I put them on I could feel the gentle stretch. Unlike most workouts, with Healthytoes you don’t have to work up a sweat—you can slip the toe stretchers on while watching TV, relaxing in the tub, or curled up with a good book. The more you wear them the quicker you build strength and flexibility in your feet. When you get really good, you can try walking around with them on—trust me it’s a fun challenge!

And you don’t need to be a fitness fanatic to fall in love with Healthytoes—they’re great for anyone who’s active. They can help with problems like bunions, hammer toe, sciatica, arches, plantar fasciitis, or varicose veins.

After only a few days, my toes are already feeling stronger, and it may not be very Zen of me to say it, but I can’t wait to show off my fancy footwork in class!

What’s your favorite way to stretch?