19 Jul

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

It’s The Most Common Cause Of Heel Pain.

Chances are you’ve had it if you’ve felt pain in your heel.

I’ve been suffering from it on and off since running an excruciatingly long marathon, and I’ve been trying almost everything to fix it. So I know what I’m talking about.

Plantar Fasciitis Refers To The Plantar Fascia. The Plantar Fascia is The Ligament That Connects Your Heel Bone To Your Toes.

It Supports The Arch Of Your Foot

If You Strain Your Plantar Fascia, It Gets Weak, Swollen and Inflamed.

Then your heel or the bottom of your foot hurts when you stand or walk.

If You Have It, You’ll Feel The Pain Straight Out Of Bed When You Take That First Step.

Plantar fasciitis is common with middle-aged people and people who stand on their feet a lot.

If You’re Part Of These Two Groups, You’ve Come To The Right Place.

I’m Going To Present 3 Exercises You Can Do Every Day To Heal Plantar Fasciitis.

I recommend you do these exercises first thing in the morning and then two to three times a day.

They’ve worked miracles for me and they’ll do the same for you.

#1 Stretch Your Calves

This is the position you want to produce- place your right leg behind your left leg Gently bend your left leg forward.

Keep your right knee straight and your right heel on the ground.

Hold The Stretch for 15 to maximum 30 seconds and Release Reverse The Position Of Your Legs And Repeat.

Repeat 2-3 times a Day.

#2 Tennis Ball Exercise

Get yourself a tennis ball.

While seated, roll your foot back and forth over it.

Do this for one minute And Then Switch.

#3 Towel Stretch

Fold a Towel Lengthwise to Make an Exercise Strap. Sit down, and place the folded towel under the arches of both feet.
Grab the ends of the towel with both hands and gently pull the top of your feet toward you. 

Hold for 15 to 30 seconds, and Repeat Three Times.

These 3 Exercises Will Help Cure Your Plantar Fasciitis Pain.

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