Exercise Your Calves
If you don’t want to suffer from achy feet and calf muscles after a full day in heels, make straight-legged calf raises your friend. Osteopath Bill Adamson suggests making it a habit each time you get home and kick off those pretty shoes of yours. “Stand with your toes on a step, raise your heels up and very slowly lower your heels,” Bill says. “Lower them so they are below the level of your toes, allow the stretch for 10 seconds and then quickly rise up on your toes again before slowly lowering your heels below your toes again.” Do this for 2-3 minutes each day and your back, feet and calves will thank you for it.