Get used to the active insoles
If you try to do 100 pushups on the first day, you are overexerting the muscles in your arms. You can manage to do 100 pushups by slowly building it up over a few days or weeks. The same goes for the muscles in the feet.
If you try to wear your new insoles all day from the start, you will strain and injure the muscles in your feet.
It is important to allow your muscles to develop slowly until you are able to support your weight all day without experiencing pain or harming anything.
For some, this only takes a week or two. For others, this familiarization phase can take up to three months. For most people, it will take three weeks. Your advisor will explain everything to you the first time you insert them.
In order to treat your insoles with care and to obtain the maximum service life and benefits, we recommend reading the instructions for use that were given to you with your insoles. Please pay particular attention to the part of bending the liner to get the liner into the correct shape from time to time.
You can download the instructions for use in PDF here:
Care and maintenance:
Akitv - insoles only need three things:
treat with care
• treat with care:
Avoid temperatures above 50 ° C.
Always use a shoe bed and keep your shoes clean - stones or sand can damage them.
Only clean your product by hand with warm soapy water.
• occasionally bend:
You may notice that your deposits sag (flatten) a little over time. In order to achieve the best possible effect, the arch of the insert must be well arched when you are not standing on the insert. To restore this arch, bend the insert in the direction of the arch - from the heel to the toes. Then your insert has its original curved shape again. Use two hands for larger models.
• wear regularly
We recommend wearing the active insoles regularly all day. Only then can your foot change. Think about regular exercise and additional foot exercises.
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