5. Ground yourself. Very high heels—three inches or more—can cause foot and back problems later in life. Legs can be strained, ankles twisted. Proceed with caution!
6. Keep spider veins from creeping up. Spider veins are caused by genetics, standing a lot, or a lack of exercise, and can be complicated by crossing your legs too often. Dermatologists can administer sclerotherapy with glycerin injections or perform laser treatments to remove spider veins. Both procedures require multiple treatment sessions though the injections tend to last longer and work a bit better.
7. Time to tone up. I love this trend of Fit Flops, Sketcher Shape Ups and Reebok EasyTone sneakers; all of which can help shape calves, ankles, upper thighs and butt while you’re walking to work or around your neighborhood! It doesn’t get easier than that!
8. Exercise. Now. A recent 2012 study showed that joggers may live longer. If your knees are healthy, rapid walking or jogging actually helps shape the legs and body. Weights, used at least three to four times a week, are also a must.
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