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  • FootSmart

    Who knew your toes needed a workout? Painful, stiff toes are no joke, and exercising to keep them flexible and feeling good isn’t, either. Whether you’re a power walker, a weekend dancer or just an everyday shoe wearer, your toes will thank you for taking time to give them a tone up.

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Toe stretches to improve movement and reduce stiffness in the toes.

Corrective Toe Exercises for hammer toes, toe cramps, bunions, plantar fasciitis, arch strain, foot cramps, and pain in the ball of the foot

  • Arizona Orthotics

    Corrective? Not quite. Perhaps help reduce the pain of many foot problems, however, overpronation is the primary cause of most foot problems and no amount of exercise can influence the ligamentous supporting structure of each foot's 26 bones and 33 joints. Thank you.

  • Carrie Gibbons Hale

    Huh? No amount of exercise?? Muscles can be strengthened which support ligaments. How about strengthening that anterior tib and per onerous which supports your arch??

  • Arizona Orthotics

    Great question. Muscles can be strengthened; you’re right. However, when muscles are constantly overwhelmed by a person’s bodyweight and gravity the answer to this problem is not to further work these muscles. The answer is to support each foot in its optimal arch up alignment with a made from scratch calibrated foot orthotic that allows each foot to transition optimally between pronation and supination. When the foot is cradled in this position the muscles work as designed and are very happy.

  • Arizona Orthotics

    It's like any other exercise: when done with perfect form, the exercise is beneficial; when done with poor form, you've got a wear and tear pattern and the exercise causes more harm than good. Poor foot alignment is the most important component of this equation and you cannot train muscles to hold each foot in an arch up alignment all day long against your body weight and gravity.

Sit in a chair, and extend your affected leg so that your heel is on the floor. With your hand, reach down and pull your big toe up and back. Pull toward your ankle and away from the floor. Hold the position for at least 15 to 30 seconds. Repeat 2 to 4 times a session, several times a day.

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  • Nikita Femme

    Beginner?! How on earth can an unfit, overweight woman do 100 pushups!?

  • Leslie Taylor

    I 2nd that question... I'm not even at a place physically to do ONE pushup! I guess Crossfit is not for me.

  • Nicole Schott

    Crossfit can be for you! I think the reason this is called a beginner workout is due to the fact that there are no weights. Do pushups on your knees. You can do it...just try it once, and at your own pace...or even cut it all in 1/2 until you can do it all!

  • Alison E.

    I would suggest trying an AMRAP workout first to get a baseline of your performance. Then set goals to increase each week etc.

Beginners Workout