In camp we move in all 3 planes of motion so the feet are constantly working to stabilize your body. Your feet could be sliding around in your shoes, which causes friction and forces you to constantly contract your foot to keep your balance. Try warming up at boot camp barefoot (or in socks) then transitioning to shoes for the workout. Invest in your feet, they need to carry you for a lifetime.  This might also mean getting out of your shoes for awhile. Avoiding synthetic socks and shoes which may cause feet to perspire increasingly, will also be of benefit to reduce this anomaly. I think this is a good time to address this issue and give you some tips on how to mitigate the discomfort. These tissues take much longer to strengthen than muscles most likely due to their lack of blood flow and nutrients. The shoes provide all the support and our feet are allowed to just sip pina coladas in their lounge chair. Take your shoes off get the tennis ball out (or golf ball) and roll the bottom of the foot out.
Tightness in the calf (backside of lower leg) could be contributing to tightness on the foot as well.


With the heel on the ground put the toe up on the wall and then drive the knee and hip forward keeping the leg fully extended.
Spend more time barefoot, preferably around the house unless you have a very liberal workplace.
This extra time out of your shoes can do wonders for strengthening the muscles on the bottom of the foot. Tinea will often present with white skin between the toes, but an itch will also be reported, and often with a red rash, and occasionally inflammation also.
With the new exercises we are temporarily irritating these tissues and forcing them to stabilize.  They will heal back stronger but it takes longer. The only time you should be on your toes is when you are sprinting or doing some type of exercise where the rear foot needs to bend (think split squat).  The rest of the time you should be utilizing your full foot. The use of methylated spirits (or surgical spirits) after showering, is a very effective agent in resolving maceration. This may be applied using a cotton tip or, if a deficit in mobility prevents an individual reaching their feet, using methylated spirits via a spray bottle, may be a handy solution.



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