You can’t deny the leg appeal - longer, leaner and sexier. And there’s a tower of power phenomenon too: Confidence comes from the sole, reveals a British study by Compeed. Heels raise self-esteem and assertiveness.
Well, they might look pretty, but they can be pretty bad for you. New scientific evidence proves there’s a tall toll on leg muscles when taking a walk on the wildly high side.
Leg bio-mechanics are altered, including walking with shorter more forceful strides, resulting in muscle pain and increased chance of strain injuries, reports a study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology.
Pain for gain? You can bet women will still kick up their heels. Heels offer a high beyond added height.