If you are one of those who work out every day, eventually you will experience foot problems, like the following things:
Achilles tendinitis, pain or tightness
Scar tissue accumulation from past sprained or broken ankles
Minimal series of movement in the ankles.
When you exercise too much you overuse your feet and harming your calves, so stretching after every workout is a must to prevent all kind of feet problems like plantar fasciitis, or pain in the bottom of the feet.
How to Relieve Plantar Fasciitis (Instructions Begin at 1:35)
Using this method, you will be able to release all your muscles.
The foot can be affected by many different conditions. Two causes of foot pain are plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis.
Finding comfortable footwear and using insoles if needed can help with symptoms.
You can take painkillers to ease pain. Taking them before exercise can help you stay active without causing extra pain.
Try the exercises suggested here to help ease pain and prevent future injuries.
Your pain should ease within 2 weeks and you should recover over approximately a 4–6 week period.
This stretching strategy is the only and best solution and it’s easy and saves you time by dealing with both sides of your leg.
That being said, it is not a foolproof solution for everything. However, doing this every day for a week will make you feel significantly much better if you have any of the conditions mentioned previously.