The “Long Second Toe” or what is sometimes called a Classic Greek Foot or Morton’s Toe is not discussed much by today’s foot fitness people; however, once again, history has a lot to say about fitness, movement, and even “foot” fitness. Here’s a nice look back at this foot condition and what to do about it with Enid Whittaker who is the Managing Director of Bonnie Prudden Myotherapy, Inc. Enid worked with Bonnie for over 40 years. Bonnie Prudden was one of America’s top fitness experts for decades and was VERY focused on foot fitness–especially the “bare” foot during exercises.
If you have callouses, bunions, corms and an occasional sprained ankle you probably also have a long second toe which has also been called “Classic Greek Foot” or referred to as “Morton’s Toe.” Learn how to find out, what to do about it and ways to strengthen the muscles on the bottom of your feet. Special thanks to Enid Whittaker, BS, veteran PE teacher and Managing Director of Bonnie Prudden Myotherapy, Inc. for helping us with this interview. For more info, visit: www.BonniePrudden.com