How To Improve Toe Posture For Knee And Back Posture And Strength

Did you know that you probably have horrible feet posture? It s true. There are two types of feet, unshod and shod. In a modern society we have shod feet, which means that are feet are pushed together and are toes are pushed inward from the shoes we wear. Shod feet are weaker and more susceptible to injury, pain, bunions, callus, knee pain, lower back pain etc. The posture of our toes effects our feet, ankle, legs, knees and lower back. The shoes we wear (or don t wear, which is better) can have many affects on our joint health and structural strength. In this video below I talk about how you can train your toes and feet to go from shod (closed toed) to unshod (open toed) which increases the strength and stability of your foot, improves posture of the entire body as well as improves speed and athletic performance, if that s what you re going for. Check out the video below: If you want a pair of these, just visit and enter healthywildandfree at checkout to receive free

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