Find out why forefoot runners naturally land on the lateral forefoot first and not under the big toe.
If you want a more intense barefoot training plan, here is an advanced running barefoot guide that’ll have a positively huge impact on your running form.
Running barefoot encourages a forefoot strike landing, which is an eccentric exercise good for the ankle and Achilles tendon.
The best way to avoid inflamed plantar fasciitis while running is to avoid making initial contact with the ground on your heel, and instead, strike the ground with your forefoot first.
When we experience heel pain due to running, the first thing we do is add more protection under the heels. New research however, says NO to this.
By now, most runners are aware of the health benefits of barefoot running, but many barefoot running beginners may struggle with injury because…
If you want to learn forefoot running, you’ll need to try barefoot running on pavement first as this is the BEST approach to avoid heel strike and injury.