My personal, n=1, experience with “fixing” feet:
Tree climbing and walking on tree roots.
Sand walking at beach hard and soft sand.
Jungle gym / monkey bars climbing and playing.
Walking or climbing on, through, over, around stone, rocks, curbs, walls, etc.
In work or home environment – pvc pipes of varying dimensions, lacrosse balls and batting cage softballs and golf balls and marbles (whole and half), 2x4s 4x4s 2x8s wood, slant boards (homemade)…. always standing squatting crawling shifting on these and other 3D surfaces as often as possible.
(Get into the right environment/setting, then let mindless creativity and unlimited play take over.)
“Vitamin” = essential. “Essential” = must be consumed in diet, body will not create on it’s own. When the term “essential fatty acids” is expressed, it is talking about specific fatty acids that cannot be made or synthesized in the body – it must come from diet. While non-essential fatty acids can be synthesized within the body using other ingredients to build them. The term “vitamin” is the same. A vitamin that we can produce endogenously – in our body – is by definition not a vitamin. So any vitamin must be consumed exogenously (from outside the body) for it to exist within the body.
Chris Masterjohn’s Masterclass video on Vitamin C (some jargon to start, but weaves into totally understandable and actionable points for the layman as well. how to consume vitamin C and why. What foods are highest in Vitamin C, etc…… Stick with it….)
Kelly Starrett on how to voodoo floss ankles (Same for basically anywhere on the body)
Kelly Starrett on tight ankles
Kelly Starrett on hack-sawing calf muscles and tissues
Chris Masterjohn’s Masterclass video starts out really chemistry-heavy and then he blends in useful everyday information nicely so that we understand Vitamin C’s role in body and best ways to find and consume it.
Sleep expert Dr. Kirk Parsley on Sleep‘s role in physical and life performance:
Dr Andreo Spina ….
Why not apply ice to skin where injury has occurred? There no science that topical icing will help heal and improve overall outcome of injury. In fact, most evidence points to icing prolonging the healing process and reducing overall healing. Here are a couple thorough conversations about icing
…. but there are many more. let me know if you are in need of more evidence here….
Here is a little random video I made
talking about how my own foot injuries seemed to disappear as a result of overall approach to health and fitness rather than acute attention to a specific area….