Our feet do an exceptional job for us during our lifetime. On the average, a healthy active person takes 5,000 to 7,000 steps per day. A step is measured when a foot leaves the ground (push off) and then that same foot hits the ground (heel strike) again. The average distance covered by a step is approximately 2 to 2.5 feet. This could amount to as many as 216 million steps in a lifetime.
So, how do we protect our feet in order for them to accomplish this role? The answer may not make a fashion statement but it is a simple answer: wear comfortable, supporting shoes. There are many conditions and diseases that can affect your feet. This article will concentrate on what to consider when buying a good pair of shoes. Here are some tips to consider:
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