In the next few pages, I’m going to change the way you think about your plantar fasciitis…
Just a little — but enough to give you some big “Ah-Ha!” moments.
I’m going to show you how to cure your plantar fasciitis once and for all.
Truth is… getting rid of your foot pain is quite simple after removing the blocks (or barriers) that prevent your body from healing.
If you can breathe, sit and use your ears then you have everything you need to remove those blocks and finally cure your plantar fasciitis.
Forget about painful injections, dangerous medications or expensive surgery.
Instead, imagine living a life of freedom, health, and strength. A life where you feel young again! (No matter what your age is)
Here’s something else to think about…
The Narrows is the narrowest section of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park, located in southwestern Utah.
It’s considered as not only one of the best hikes in the USA but rather one of the best hikes in the world (Earth Trekkers).
The Zion Narrows is stunning.
It’s what people are referring to when they say things like “the most amazing destinations in the United States are its National Parks.”
Last week I was talking to one of my clients named Susan. She’s 56 and unfortunately, in the past 2 years, she has been suffering from plantar fasciitis.
“It’s hard for me to walk and the pain makes me tired. I really love to go hiking – it makes me happy to move.” She said.
Now, what if I told you that what prevents Susan from hiking the Zion Narrows (16 miles) is not her plantar fasciitis…
…but rather her brain.
And very soon, I’m going to show you how.
But before I get started, I do have to be upfront with you about one thing.
Part of what you’re about to discover will be utterly different from everything you’ve heard of.
But once you get the complete picture, you will be able to get rid of your plantar fasciitis forever by easy steps.
Point is… this page is not about convincing you to hike in some of the USA national parks (unless you want to)…
… I’m simply using hiking as an illustration of what’s possible when you remove the real cause of your foot pain.
My aim is to “reframe” your perception of plantar fasciitis somewhat … and then show you how easy it is to achieve permanent relief.
Your “hike” may be King’s Trail in Sweden, Mount Toubkal , Morocco or simply walking with your spouse around your neighborhood. Whatever.
In the next few pages, I’m going to lay out the system I give people to eliminate their foot pain.
So if your goal is to finally cure your plantar fasciitis sit tight because you are in the RIGHT place.
Let’s get started!