Your feet allow you to do amazing things: run a marathon, jump for the rim, carry you anywhere and everywhere.
Underpronation, also known as supination, is a foot-positioning problem encountered by runners and other athletes who run during their sport.
Once upon a time, flip-flops were cheap, rubber thongs that you wore to wash your car or schlep to the
Each year, the New Year’s resolution to shed those extra pounds spikes attendance at gyms, draws runners, walkers and bikers
In a perfect world, you would never wear uncomfortable shoes. Sometimes, though, the fashionable allure of too-tight heels, flats and
Ballet dancers appreciate the importance of maintaining strong, supple feet and they typically value high, flexible arches. Dancers subject their
Several styles of yoga are popular in the United States, including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Anusara, Kundalini and others. Some yoga
Metatarsal fractures — injuries to the long bones in your foot — can occur from direct trauma or overuse. Stress
You may experience painful and disruptive foot cramps while exercising or sleeping. Mineral or electrolyte deficiencies, poor circulation, obesity and
The arches of your foot are helpful in acting as shock absorbers. Because the entire foot does not hit the