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It cushions jolts when landing after a jump, it is elastic springy, it has a non-slip sole, it is comfortable, trendy, relieves strain on joints and builds up deep muscles:
Lucija Kaderli from Seftigen in Switzerland’s Bernese Highlands suffered from knee pain for a long time.
Heavy legs, burning feet and back problems – familiar problems for employees in standing professions.
Bettina Forrer works as a waitress. For years, she suffered from foot and back pain after long days at work.
The Alpine descent in Seewis, a municipality in the Swiss region of Prättigau, attracts hundreds of spectators each year.
Hansruedi Siegrist suffers from severe arthritis pain in his right knee. He nearly had to give up his dream of climbing Kilimanjaro, which measures 5,895 metres, for that reason.
Werner Keusen sells specialist Italian food and wholefoods at his shop and at trade fairs. His work requires him to be on his feet for hours at a time.
Margrith Sibold had an operation on her knee joint three years ago. In spite of this operation, the 73-year-old pensioner always has a lightness in her step when she is walking.
It sounds like a miracle. Hansruedi Poschung survived an eight-metre fall from the roof of a house and can now stroll along the streets of Thun, Switzerland, without a care in the world after years of being tormented by pain.
kybun shoes are a pleasant surprise for schnapps distiller
Roland Diewald has suffered from diabetes and circulatory disturbances for 40 years. As a result, his toes, forefoot and lower legs have had to be amputated, bit by bit.
Dutchman Olivier van der Staal works as a chef at the Renan community in Bern, where he conjures up delicious meals for residents made with fresh products from the community's own farm.
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