Easy Hot Tub Exercises For Foot Pain
09 May Easy Hot Tub Exercises For Foot Pain
Tired, Aching Feet? End Foot Pain With These Easy Hot Tub Exercises
From Olympic Hot Tub
Over the past few years, the proliferation of hot tub workouts has made this previously recreation-only amenity a theraputic option for a variety of ailments. Purported to help cure the symptoms of a cold, as well as to be the perfect venue for yoga, the hot tub has moved beyond its original intent. This post from Olympic Hot Tub takes the theraputic value of a hot tub to a new level by focusing on a very specific ailment that plagues scores of people worldwide, foot pain. Click on the link to read why hot tubs can relieve pain and help strengthen one’s feet. As the old saying goes, “if your feet feel good, you feel good!”
Here is an excerpt from the post:
When was the last time you exercised your feet?
Just like the rest of your body, your feet need a little attention especially if you walk a lot or are on your feet all day.
And once you start exercising them, they’ll feel so great that you’ll wonder why you never thought of it before. Plus, stronger feet mean better balance and less risk for injury. So let’s start treating our feet.
Hot water, jets and 3 simple techniques will do wonders for tired, aching feet.
Here are three treats for your feet while you’re hot tubbing.
Sock or golf ball pick-up. First, get a sock or a golf ball and put it in the bottom of your Hot Spring Spa in front of you. Then pick it up with your toes, hold it for 10 seconds and drop it. Repeat with the other foot. Do three to five repetitions with each foot.
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