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Do feet lose weight?

Sunday, September 20, 2009

I know this sounds crazy, but do you lose weight in your feet? Since I started working out in earnest I notice that most of my shoes are slipping up and down on my feet now. Anyone else have this problem?
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  • WALNUT5612
    4081 days ago
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    Yes I have lost weight in my feet. I use to wear a wide and now I don't have too. I also am losing in my fingers. Will have to get some new rings because the ones I have keep falling off. Don't you just love it! lol
    4081 days ago
    Yes they do and it is not just water weight gain either where some days they may be puffy and others not.
    4082 days ago
    yes it does and gains wt too...lol
    4082 days ago
    Yes, not only do we get new clothes for our efforts but new shoes, too!! Who's the sweet kitty? emoticon
    4082 days ago
  • AFIFE0878
    some of my shoes are lose on me, not sure about that, but it is a good question.
    4082 days ago
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    My sandals are looser than they used to be. I was putting on my walking shoes the other night and noticed my ankles were slimmer.
    4082 days ago
    My feet have definitely "narrowed" up. I would usually purchase wide widths, and I'm finding that I can fit into sexy heels now easier than ever before... I'll always have issues because of my ankle/foot/leg injury history (the feet swell easy, or aren't aligned properly, haha). But yeah, I've for sure noticed my feet slimming down!

    Go out and get yourself some new shoes to celebrate your hard work!
    4082 days ago
    It's one of the first places I lost weight. Long before I needed smaller pants, I needed smaller shoes and bras. The body is an odd thing, isn't it.
    4082 days ago
    Mine do because they aren't puffy when I eat healthy and exercise is important also!
    4082 days ago
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