Did you know that there is a particular set of muscles in your feet responsible for creating or fixing your bunions? If you look down at your feet right now, I bet most of you will see your big toe drifting slightly over to the rest of your toes. Your toes should stand at attention, if you will, pointing forward, and not drifting.
Several things can contribute to this issue. Shoes with narrow toe boxes, genetics, wearing high-heels, the way you walk - everyone is different. It's often a combination of those things that makes our toes migrate.
Don’t panic! You’ll be okay. Obviously, your toes won't fall off if you don't correct their alignment, but it CAN have a significant impact on your balance. If you spend a lot of time on your feet - just standing, walking or running, I highly recommend you include this exercise into your regular exercise routine.
In this video, I’ll show you a very quick exercise to strengthen the specific muscle that starts on the side of you toes and connects all the way up your leg.
Always continuing the quest for a more balanced body,
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