There are 26 bones and 33 joints in your foot, as well as more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Your feet hit the ground roughly 750 times each per mile when you’re out running, yet most of us don’t pay any attention to them when we’re going through our stretching/strengthening routines. In this blog, Dr. Dukes of Body in Motion Chiropractic and Functional Fitness will take you through some ways to increase mobility in your foot/ankle, and strengthen this area as well. Don’t forget about your feet – you couldn’t run without them!
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