Wednesday, 4 January 2012

A Podiatrists View of 10 Common Barefoot/Minimal Myths

Written by US podiatrist, Nicholas A. Campitelli, this article seeks to counter some of the common complains/excuses/myths associated with barefoot and minimal footwear running. The key point is that if you run on your heels you need supportive protective footwear, if you make the effort to change your running form to a whole/mid/forefoot landing (depending on which you are more predisposed to) you don't need the same footwear (or orthotic inserts) as when you land on your heels....

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