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How Healthy Foot Posture Can Improve Athletic Performance

by MASS4D® Insoles March 19, 2017

Benefits of Healthy Foot Posture for Sports and Fitness

What is the impact of healthy foot posture on athletic performance?

Good foot movement is very important in various types of sports and physical fitness routines. From football to basketball and jogging to hitting the weights, proper foot function helps you be at your best in athletic and sports performance.

Optimal range of motion and flexibility in the feet and ankles allow you to run, jump and shift weight with better form. So a healthy foot posture can promote the ability to perform better while playing sports or engaging in high-intensity workouts.

Poor foot posture, on the other hand, can increase the risk of conditions such as plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, and injuries to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and medial collateral ligament (MCL).

What Is A Healthy Foot Posture?

With a healthy foot posture, there is a healthy arch in the foot, ideal range of motion in the big toe joint, and even distribution of weight. This allows you to absorb shock normally without experiencing much pain when you land after a jump or shift weight rapidly from foot to foot.

Because of the healthy distribution of weight, the stress placed on the feet is evenly spread. As a result, the risk of overuse injury is limited. So basically, a healthy foot posture allows you to perform at your best with greater comfort and efficiency.


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Risk Factors of Poor Foot Posture

Unhealthy foot posture, such as flat feet, means there is uneven distribution of weight that can cause incorrect foot movements.In other words, the chances of your feet hurting while running or playing sports increase when you have post foot posture.

The range of motion and flexibility in the foot and ankle can be limited when you have poor foot posture. This could result in increased loss of energy and fatigue. Foot posture problems can also cause misalignment in the ankles, knees, hips, and lower back which can significantly affect athletic performance.

Insoles for Performance Improvement

Actively engaging in certain sports and fitness routines means placing your feet under constant stress. Many athletes and fitness enthusiasts today consider foot insoles as they are now more aware of the importance of good foot health and what it means for the whole body.

Foot insoles such as MASS4D® are trusted by athletes, sports professionals, and fitness experts alike. With unmatched levels of corrective support and comfort, MASS4D® can help you reach new heights in athletic performance and prowess.

MASS4D® insoles support your foot posture at all times, when playing tennis or doing intense high-intensity interval training (HIIT).

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