>Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t the point of high heels to make your legs look good without having to work out? Also, I was under the impression that stiletto shoes are not to be worn daily, but only for certain occasions. And, every woman with an ounce of sense knows that the more cute a pair of shoes are, the more pain she will be in at the end of the night.
Doesn’t Cosmo or Vogue give out tips to the younger generation on how to walk correctly in high heels? Isn’t this a right of passage for all teenage girls? My mom told me that you have to get used to a pair of heels before you can walk confidently in them. I remember breaking in my shoes for Prom, so the inevitable pain would be somewhat lessened.
If you want to look better in heels, I would think any type of physical exercise would be helpful.
I guess it’s all about marketing. Since working out is boring, a gym will put a catchy name on it and suddenly, everyone is ready to break a sweat.
It’s kind of like the new diet I’m on. I call it the “Sacramento Diet”. All you do is stop overeating and start exercising. It’s amazing! I don’t have to count calories or watch my carb intake. I can eat whatever I want. I’ve already lost five pounds in one week.
The Sacramento Diet sounds better than eating sensibly and exercising regularly.