There are two things that are guaranteed to sadden women’s life after a night of incendiary heels: a sore leg and at least one ankle pulled. And in general, only lazy did not speak about the dangers of heels. Constant wearing causes problems with the joints and the spine.
But everybody forgets that walking on heels tightens the bottom of the body well: press, buttocks, hips and legs. As a result of the fact that in the heels of every muscle in the leg, you need to constantly be involved in work to keep balance, your legs are tightened, and your muscles and skin are constantly in good shape.
This is exactly what the US paid attention to. Heel training is already very popular there, special classes and workouts are constantly held.
Now a new trend is coming to the UK. Training has already managed to evaluate some stars.
Victoria Beckham, a well-known lover of high heels, recently posted on social networks a photo of herself running in ankle boots on high heels on a treadmill.
Personal trainer from London Nikki Menesh began to develop and teach a new training course 18 months ago. “During your workout, you have to do squats and heel attacks. My muscles have never worked so much, the tension was tremendous, ”Nikki shares his impressions of his first workout. “Even just wearing heels makes the lower part of the body work, especially the thighs and buttocks, much more intense, what to say about full-fledged exercises,” she adds, “after the first workout you will have painful sensations, especially on the outer and inner thighs.
You will never get such an effect from a workout routine. ”
Mostly during the occupation women walk, do various squats and lunges. One prerequisite: heels must be high. According to Nikki’s experience, the results from such sessions are also impressive.
After a year of training 3 times a week, her clients were able to significantly reduce the volume of her hips and, at the same time, not a single broken ankle.
However, the question still comes to mind, is it reasonable? In the end, over the years, we all listened to doctors’ sermons about the dangers of wearing heels, about pressure on the spinal discs and their possible displacement, about problems with the Achilles tendon.
Last year, for example, according to the calculations of the British College of Pediatrics, every 10 British women had problems caused by walking on their heels: arthritis, problems with the leg muscles.
But, judging by the popularity of training, the prospect of looking tempting in tight jeans remains attractive for women, regardless of any “but”. In addition, Nikki Menesh said that such an exercise is ideal for women who hate training and can not constantly force themselves to go on them.
Heels are a great way to forget about the workout itself and to feel sexy and attractive.