Magnets are objects that produce force fields (called magnetic fields) that attract certain kinds of metals to themselves, like iron and steel. Magnets have two ends, or poles, called the North and South poles. Like magnetic poles repel each other, opposite magnetic poles attract each other. Many magnets are natural. Formed inside the Earth itself, they possess a permanent magnetic field. These are called permanent magnets. The same metals that magnets attract can also be turned into magnets. These are also called permanent magnets. Although called "permanent," these metals can lose their magnetic properties under certain circumstances. The second photo shows the side view post initial trim - can you see the quarter scoop (ok it is kind of hard to miss). On some horses it is barely noticeable. This guy needed something more substantial. If a horse needs a QS and doesn't get it then in my experience the coronary band becomes pushed up (distorted) and quarter cracks and bruising can result; depending on what else is going on. When the quarter is relieved the distortion in the coronary band usually drops out quite quickly. You should avoid wearing ill-fitting or extremely tight-fitting shoes for a long time. High-heeled shoes should be worn only for a short period. Remember that wearing the proper footwear is very important to prevent toe cramps. It is also better to take off your shoes for some time for proper blood circulation in the feet. After exercise, you can soak your feet in warm water in order to relax the toe muscles. Cramping in toes can sometimes be caused due to dehydration. Therefore, drinking adequate amount of water is very important for the prevention of toe cramps. You should drink approximately 8 glasses or water every day. There are sometimes other procedures that must be performed to ensure the toe stays in a proper position long after healing. This can include fusing one of the toe joints if it is very rigid, or if the contracture is due to a progressively present neuromuscular disease that will re-contract the toe later on if it is not made more rigid. Another extra procedure involves transferring one of the tendons that flex the toe over to the top of the toe, where the tendon will now push the toe downward instead of curling and moving it upward. Hammertoes and other related toe contractures are conditions caused by abnormal forces acting on the muscles that control the position of the toes. Seen in people with both flat feet and high arches, the stress placed on the leg muscles by the abnormal arch position causes a change in the position of of the toes over time. This toe position is ultimately inherited since one's arch position is inherited, and represents an imbalance between muscles that pull the toes up and muscles that pull the toes down. This can occur at either (or both) of the joints of the toe. To keep from getting hammer toes, shoes should always be one-half inch longer than your longest toe. Sometimes the longest toe is the second toe, not the big toe. Avoid wearing tight, narrow, high-heeled shoes. If the toe is already bent, find a shoe with a deep toe box that will allow room for the hammer toe. Sometimes a shoe repair shop can stretch the toe box so it bulges out around the hammer toe to give it room. Sandals may also help so nothing rubs or pinches the affected toe or toes. A lateral extension workout with tubing works the back muscles and shoulders. Learn about lateral extensions with tips from a professional trainer in this free fitness video. A chest press workout with tubing works the pectoral muscles. Learn how to do a chest press with tubing with tips from a professional trainer in this free fitness video. A tricep press workout with tubing works the three headed muscle in the back of the arm. Learn how to do a tricep press with tips from a professional trainer in this free fitness video.