3 "Magic" Ways on How Top Athletes Use Compression to Relieve Plantar Fasciitis Pain

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When You Need to Perform Don't Let Pain of Plantar Fasciitis Hold You Back. 

Try these tips to significantly reduce your pain from plantar fasciitis so your are ready to perform your best the very next day. Finish the day with success, not pain in your feet!

It's well known that right amount of compression whether from socks or straps help alleviate pain from PF. But it's less known how to make most of it. Here caveat of most advice you get, which is just "put compression on and it's solved". Well it helps, but you are not taking 100% advantage of all the relief you could have!

Here are few way top athletes use to supplement their compression socks with so they can perform without painful plantar fasciitis!

1. Combine Compression with Elevation!

Simple. Effective. It just works, that's why most top performing athletes do even pay big money for their coaches to teach them this lesson.
You just elevate your foot, put on compression sock and relax. Do this especially day before you are about to be on your feet and they will thank you for that!


This will help increase effectiveness of compression sock in combat with plantar fasciitis by good amount. Let's say by 40% to be conservative.

2. Fuel Compression Effect with Anti-Inflammatory Food

We all like food and we all know it's necessary right? But do we know which food is necessary to combat plantar fasciitis? Not many of us have been educated about this, but we believe everyone should know this.

Anti-inflammatory food will radically help your compression socks do the job. It's like putting gun powder into a gun. It will work better that way!

Anti-inflammatory food to eat:
- Leafy Greens (Cabbage, Kale, Broccoli, Chard etc.)
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Krill, Eggs, Flax, Sardines etc.)
- Nuts and Olive Oil (Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Hazelnuts)
- Secret Sauce: Ginger!


Inflammatory food to Avoid!:
- Alcohol
- Sugar and food high in sugar
- Processed and fried foods

Keep this food rules in mind while trying to reduce PF pain and your compression socks will be up to 30% more effective!

3. Alternate Compression Intensity!

This one is important and widely neglected, sadly. This will give you huge advantage over "static" compression.

Here is the reason: One intensity works for one type/degree of pain for certain amount of time. But it doesn't have to work once pain subsides a bit or intensifies or even worse, over time your foot gets used to same amount of compression.

This is similar to reason why you need to alternate your workout intensity too.

But it might be difficult to achieve this. You might try ordering different sizes of compression socks but this could result into it being too loose or too tight and cut of your circulation. It also wouldn't provide targeted pressure that lets you target specific painful spots.

Luckily, we thought about this when we developed our Athledict Compression Foot Sleeve with Adjustable Strap. What this does is it gives you ability to adjust tension level to the pain you are experiencing. You can alternate pressure level as you need! And as a bonus, you are able to even target precise painful spots and leave out other ones.

We had received lot of great feedback about this product since it's launch.
Here are some reviews depicted from amazon:

"The best thing about this fasciitis support is that I can get up in the middle of the nite and walk on it. I purchased a more rigid support for nite that also works well but I’m unable to walk with it on."
- Kathy Springer September 24, 2018

"Of all the plantar fasciitis socks I have bought these have been the best! The straps can be placed over areas that are most in pain or they can be worn without the straps and folded down for extra pressure over ankle area. Easy to use, just pull on sock and wrap the strap where extra support is needed."
- Lou Scott April 23, 2017

"As a 22 year I have really bad ankles as I have broke both of them and tore my ligaments and tendons in my right ankle. I also have Plantar Fasciitis. My doctor wanted me to get some really expensive ankle braces that cost $1,500 but I can't afford that. I've been searching for a while now for something that would support my ankles. I work out at least 5 times a week and I am on my feet all the time at my two jobs. I got these last week and so far I really like them. The only criticism I have is they make my feet and ankles cramp up really bad (after a workout) to where I can't move them well. But after awhile they go back to normal. I have also noticed less pain when I do wear them." 
- Mara April 8, 2017

We believe you should be able to have all tools you need to relieve pain from your plantar fasciitis so you can focus on what's important and don't let pain distract you! And this is indeed tool that could make drastic change to your plantar fasciitis pain. Alternating and custom adjustment of compression can help you up to 40-50% more than just simple static compression!

We decided to give back and offer you sick deal for this one of it's kind Adjustable Compression Foot Sleeve which helped many athletes combat their plantar fasciitis. 

This week only: Buy 1 Get 1 FREE on Amazon.com! Experience true pain relief tailored specifically to your needs!

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Coupon valid until 17th October 2018 or until first 500 are claimed.

And yes, we do offer our 100% Money back guarantee even on this deal! If it is not what you imagined, contact us for full refund at hello@athledict.com

Order today so you can get maximum pain relief from compression socks for your plantar fasciitis.

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