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Don’t let pain stop you from breaking your limits

You can’t break your limits if you’re in pain.

Maybe you’ll try, but pain–the right kind, anyway–is the simplest indication that something inside your body is wrong.

When something goes wrong with your feet, it can take you out of commission for days, weeks or months. That’s all wasted time you could spend pursuing your fitness goals, whatever they may be.

There are plenty of different kinds of foot pain, but one of the most common is plantar fasciitis. A recent post from Weight Watchers explains just what that is.

The plantar fascia is a dense band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot, connecting the heel to the toes, cushioning the foot and helping to support the arch. When it is injured or irritated, it becomes inflamed, leading to sharp pain in your heel and arch.

One person in the post described the pain as feeling like the muscles on the bottom of her feet were being ripped apart with every step.


So naturally, you’d want to prevent that. It can be caused by overuse, but one other factor that can contribute to developing the painful affliction: Flimsy insoles.

ENERTOR(™)’s insoles are anything but flimsy. They offer high levels of support and the D3O® technology lessens the impact of each step while propelling you into the next one every time you get active.

The answer to preventing plantar fasciitis isn’t to stop exercising or quit trying to break your limits. You have to take the right precautions to make sure you can get out and get on your feet without putting your body at risk.

ENERTOR(™)  can help you do that. It can help anyone do that, whether you’re a world-class athlete or a middle-aged adult just trying to stay fit. It can even help people who are on their feet more than most, like nurses or construction workers.

Don’t fall victim to injury or resign yourself to dealing with daily foot pain.

Let us help.

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