A new video on YouTube shows a couple using different methods to reduce their foot swelling.
A couple from the United Kingdom who say they are a “stunted” couple decided to take the advice of the YouTube video “Reduce Foot Suddenness” and start a video blog about the new ways they are doing it.
They are calling their website ReducesFootSwelling.com.
They say they will also be starting a book to help people with their foot problems.
In addition, they have a podcast called Reducing Foot Silliness called “Reducing Foot Syndrome.”
They also said they have received thousands of e-mails from people with foot problems and that they have gotten hundreds of emails from people wanting to share their experiences.
The videos and books on the site are written by the couple, who have been trying to do this for a long time.
They have posted videos on YouTube and their website, they are also on Facebook and Twitter.
The couple says they have been a little stunned at how popular the website has become.
“I thought that we were going to be a niche thing, but now we are getting thousands of people,” they said.
This is the first time the couple have written a book.
What they say they have done is they have taken different approaches.
They started out with a very traditional approach and they did not do much else besides put a product on the market that people could try, they said on the video.
When they started to see some success with this product, they decided to go a little further and try to get their product on more and more products and they started a website, so now we have over 100,000 people on Reduces Foot Sills, they told ABC News.
They also had this idea of a book called Reduces foot syndrome, and we have started a blog to share all of the tips, tricks, things we have done to help reduce our foot swelling and they are sharing the tips on their website as well.
Reduces Foot Syndrome.com The video below shows them trying to reduce swelling in their feet.
Watch the video above and then read more on ABC News at 8:25 a.m.
ET (4:25 p.m., EDT) on Sunday, Nov. 11.