Written by: Erick Janisse, CO, CPed

Happy Summer to you from your friends at Dr. Comfort!  We hear a lot these days about being healthy and fit.  But did you know that many of things that typically come to mind when we think about a healthy lifestyle – good foods, regular exercise, sleeping well – are the some of the same things that experts say lead to a happier life?  That’s right, those things are not just good for your body, they’re good for the soul, too! The Department of Health and Human Services recommends that adults get at least 150 minutes of exercise each week.  That sounds like a lot, but it really isn’t.  That can be as simple a good, brisk 30-minute walk five days a week.  Of course, you should check with your physician before starting a new physical fitness program, but exercise is a foundational component of leading a healthy, happy and vibrant life!

Speaking of vibrant…we’ve got just the shoes for you.  We are excited to share that we’re launching the Performance and Refresh – two of our top-performing walking shoes – in new, vibrant color combinations!  The women’s Refresh is now available in Lilac or Sapphire (in addition to the existing blue and black styles), while the men’s Performance now comes in a Cobalt color scheme, as well as Copper (plus, the tried and true black and black/grey versions). 

The Performance and Refresh both feature breathable, yet durable, mesh uppers with easy on-and-off no-tie elastic lace closures. They also feature our supportive, shock-absorbing performance outsole for comfortable walking and running.  The Performance and Refresh – like all our shoes - are designed with extra space inside to accommodate any sort of arch supports or shoe inserts you might be using.  Check them out today and stay happy, healthy and vibrant!

The contents of this blog were independently prepared and are for informational purposes only. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily indicative of the views of any other party. Individual results may vary depending on a variety of patient-specific attributes and related factors.