How do you walk with high heels without loosing your balance? What is your secre

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  1. Vellur profile image88
    Vellurposted 6 years ago

    How do you walk with high heels without loosing your balance? What is your secret?

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  2. Levertis Steele profile image83
    Levertis Steeleposted 6 years ago

    After twisting my foot, spraining my ankles and seeing stars ( I really saw them!), and falling in many situations, I finally learned a valuable lesson at the bottom of a steep flight of stairs. My baby landed at the bottom before I came tumbling after. I learnned from that final experience the proper way to walk with heels: carry them in your hands and sashay all over the place! The end.

    1. sassydee profile image74
      sassydeeposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      omg lol

    2. teaches12345 profile image92
      teaches12345posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I can see this happening to me!  I would love to wear those high-high heels but have to resort to the lower now.  I carry a pair of flat in case I need to switch them.

    3. Vellur profile image88
      Vellurposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      That must have been painful, take care.

  3. sassydee profile image74
    sassydeeposted 6 years ago

    well I must say that a proper way of standing with your shoulders back and back straight along with some strong legs, is how I do it!

    1. Vellur profile image88
      Vellurposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Good advice!!

  4. nochance profile image93
    nochanceposted 6 years ago

    Well, if I learned anything from the movie "Dirty Dancing" it is that you walk on your toes, not on the heels. This means you need some serious calf muscles to pull it off, which is why women who wear heels all the time don't have a problem with it, they've built all the correct muscles already. This is also why it's painful and a hassle to learn to wear heels.

    Do calf exercises, stand on the bottom step of a flight of stairs balance with the front half of your feet on the steps and your heels hanging off. Use your calf muscles to sort of bounce up and down.

    Or just walk around on your toes when you're wearing other shoes, this will build the muscles too.

    You'll be walking comfortably in heels in no time.

    1. Vellur profile image88
      Vellurposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for the great ideas.

  5. Tonipet profile image84
    Tonipetposted 6 years ago

    Taking smaller steps and walking in a gentle heel, ball, toe step is the most perfect way to do it. Regardless of how fast or slow I walk, the evenly spaced stride makes me confident to walk smoothly and gracefully. The lurch will not throw you off balance. I'm a high-heels lover and so loved your question, thank you Vellur.

    1. Vellur profile image88
      Vellurposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you Tonipet, thanks for the useful pointers.

 
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