In recent study suggests that barefoot is the way to run. Strong evidence shows that thickly cushioned running shoes have done nothing to prevent injury according to Dr. Mercola's article.
Going barefoot allows your foot to flex and absorb shock. It would hurt in the beginning but your feet will get use to it. I think start in your local beach then gradually move to your regular path. I use to go barefoot when ever my mom asked me to get some vegetables in our farm. She told me that I get better traction walking in the field that way. And guess what, scientist don't even have to do any study about it. People who are use to doing things in certain way knows what they are talking about. Going barefoot gives you flex, shock absorption, traction, balance good for your health.
7 months ago