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Yamuna Body Rolling Foot Wakers
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- • Stimulates the feet and improves circulation
- • Versatile, convenient and easy to use
- • Compact, portable and perfect for travel
- • Used for people with fallen arches, plantar fascitis, sore feet, reflexology, bunions and hammertoes
- • Kit contains 2 Yamuna Foot Wakers and instructional DVD
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With Foot Wakers, it is easy to add foot fitness to your daily routine. Use them sitting at your desk, watching TV or relaxing. Use while standing up for increased intensity. These hollow plastic half-spheres covered with knobbles stimulate the bottom of the foot, increasing circulation. You'll actually feel the blood moving upward, energizing the rest of your body and you'll be increasing foot flexibility, muscle tone, and strength. Using these is the way to begin your foot work, especially if your feet are sensitive. Watch your feet beginning to point straight ahead. The effects will provide greater ease of movement in your knees, hips, and torso! Foot Wakers come with a pamphlet of easy-to-follow routines.
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** Original Review ***
I had plantar fasciitis foot pain for four years. I would crawl out of the bed in the morning and eventually force myself upright. Yes, you read that right. Crawl. On all fours due to painful feet. I spent money visiting orthopedic specialist and podiatrist. I took prescription pill after prescription pill. Through the years your mind numbs and you accept normal as a “tolerable” level of constant, soul-searching pain.
It was in desperation that I sought out other alternatives. I found these foot wakers on Amazon and read every review. I laughed as I ordered them. I’m ordering a “dog chew toy.” How could foot wakers help where all the medical specialists could not?
I AM NOT LAUGHING NOW.
These little knobby “dog chew” toys work. I did the seated routine at first, but needed the standing routine. Yes, foot wakers hurt. But when every day you have pain level 8-10, the discomfort felt while using the foot wakers was negligible. Maybe a 3 or 4. I noticed a difference the very next morning. I went to put weight on my feet and could actually do it! I didn’t have to crawl or cry.
Everyday since I continue to notice that my gait is better, my strides are longer, my pain level is less. There was actually a day that I had NO pain. And that was after less than a week of use.
I have paid thousands of dollars to relieve my foot pain. If you told me that a 60 dollar product would work I would have gladly paid my money. I’m happy to have them and now want another set to keep in my office. I know pain is subjective and everybody responds differently. For me, these freed me from years of pain. I highly recommend them.
Now I understand why these things are called "wakers". My feet feel much more alive, which I"m sure is due to circulation more than anything else. I can feel all of my toes easier and they feel like they have more flexibility and range of motion (although not as much as the people in the video). Given how much use our feet get and how little we stretch and treat them compared to other parts of the body, I think these things are vastly underrated. I used them before bed last night and still feel great positive effects the next day...they did get a little uncomfortable, but that was also my first time, and I gritted it out. I expect this tool to be a part of my home rotation, and I'll try to use them every few days.
I tried many things, all of which helped: stretching my calves like it was my second job, foam rolling, going to massage therapist, using a night splint (which I never attempted to sleep in, but I did wear it while watching t.v.), rolling my foot on a lacrosse ball, wearing Crocs around the house (they helped a lot, but I sure did miss the sensory experience of bare feet). My feet improved significantly for day-to-day light activity, but if I walked more than a couple of gentle miles, my feet really started to hurt again. One time I had to sit down on the curb in some neighborhood and take my shoes off to massage my feet just so I could limp home. How embarrassing!
I bought the Foot Wakers in desperation. They are expensive for basically plastic nubby things. At first, they hurt so bad I thought I was going to cry, but I've stuck with it, and 3 weeks later I am operating without any noticeable ongoing pain. I'm back to barefoot around the house, and I am building my ruck weight back up (gently this time!) with 1-hour long rucks. This past Saturday, I actually forgot to stretch my calves mid-way through my ruck because... nothing hurt?! It actually seemed kind of weird afterwards which is both sad and awesome, lol. That particular ruck was a little longer than planned, too, because I spent an extra 20 minutes helping a lady find her lost dog (Victory!). :)
A few tips: Use them as often as you can, several times a day at least. If it hurts too much when you start out, wear socks which will blunt your suffering until the pain starts to improve. Eccentric calf raises on these have been very helpful for me. They come as a pair, but I take one to work during the week. This way I have one at home and one at work so I can always be working on my feet (even if it's just one foot at a time) without having to remember to carry them back and forth every day. They travel well, so don't forget to take them with you!