Well equipped with the MAGIC NET SOCK!
The French word for foot sole means: the dynamo-metric
map of equilibrium.
A very fitting definition. Insoles, which encourage the front
part of the foot to revive its natural function of support and
movement could prove to be a real winner.
The patented MAGIC NET SOCK could
be this winner. This sport sock has an open netting patch under
the front foot, securing a direct contact between the sole of
the foot and the shoe sole. This direct contact keeps the foot
from slipping, improves blood circulation and supports a better
The net under the front foot
improves blood circulation
and supports a better foot
A direct and slip-free contact provides, in addition to a secure
and stable balance, an improved transfer of energy. This allows
a golf player to hit he ball farther and at the same time improves
his hitting precision. Hereby, the golfers’ transfer of
movement is optimized, thereby improving his swing. The MAGIC
is a must for not only golfers but also for track-and-field
athletes, ball players, mountain climbers etc.For all whose feet
slip in their shoes, this sock is the answer. The golfer or track-and-field
athlete improves his performance and feels more comfortable, experiencing
no constant rubbing when his foot sits firm in his shoe. Hikers
and ball players reduce their tendency to experience painful blisters
and blue toes.
THE MAGIC NET SOCK AND THE GOLFER
Less slipping at the start.
Better performance when
sprinting and jumping with
the MAGIC NET SOCK.
Golf courses with a soft and
uneven terrain provide an enormous challenge to a golfers balance
and positioning reflexes. The meaning of touch stimuli needed
for balance and positioning reflexes have been strongly underestimated.
Caressing the feet is as important as caressing is for the whole
individual. The sole of the foot has a dense supply of nerves.
Temperature, texture and the condition of the foots epidermis
continuously stimulate these nerve endings. How the foot feels
a terrain, is an important source of information for a players
balance, secure step and ability to react.
Optimal transfer of touch stimuli through the netting patch
under the front foot, supports balance, a secure step and
ability to react.
Balance and ability to react are prerequisites for a
good and successful game of golf. For this reason it makes great
sense to support the foots’transfer of touch stimuli and
not block them through the use of traditional insoles and soft
Modern shoes having substantially thinner flexible elastic soles
and the use of the MAGIC NET SOCK,
provide the help needed. Therefore:
Well prepared and good to the feet
– leads to a good and successful game!
Dr. med. Christian Larsen
Gut zu Fuß ein Leben lang
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