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Oct 14, 2021

You don't need to stretch your calves if you have plantar fasciitis.

I know this goes against everything you've probably heard about foot pain, but today's episode will help you understand why it's true.

Stretching your calves may temporarily relieve pain, but it doesn't actually resolve the underlying cause.

When it comes to custom orthotics, plantar fasciitis (and the knee and back pain that come with it) - I've been there!

And while I needed the custom orthotics for a few months, I now prefer barefoot and am able to go all day in shoes with zero support without pain.

So if you have foot pain of any type - today's episode is 100% for you.

You’ll learn:

  • All about plantar fasciitis
  • Why you don’t need to stretch your calves for foot pain
  • Why icing isn’t as helpful as you might think
  • And some simple fixes you can do instead

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Today’s episode is brought to you by The Bodywork Starter Guide. Learn the top places to roll right now for quick-relief, plus three reasons why stretching is only a temporary fix. Whether it’s back pain, plantar fasciitis, neck tension, shoulder pain or tight hips – I’ve got you covered. Get yours now at