Our feet bear a
cumulative weight total of 1,000 tons a day.
They cushion as much as a million pounds of pressure during only one
hour of strenuous exercise.
The average person
walks over 115,000 miles during their lifetime - that’s enough to walk
around the world 4 times.
Your feet may be as
much as 5 to 10 percent larger at the end of the day.
An average pair of
feet will create a pint of perspiration a day.
One fourth of all the
bones in your body are in your feet.
The palms of the hand
and the soles of the feet cannot tan.
Before King George IV
of England ordered a set of boots made to fit each of his feet, shoes
were designed to be worn on either foot. Thanks, George!