Barefoot running has become increasingly popular, and many prefer the feel of going ‘back to basics’. But, if you’re new to barefoot running, a good tip is to wear a transitional shoe: a minimalist one, rather than going straight for a barefoot model. Reduce the drop and start learning the running step, most people aren’t used to using the muscles of the foot when landing and successfully changing your running style doesn’t happen overnight. You can also choose a shoe with zero drop and more shock absorption if you want to transition gently or protect your joints whilst still making your feet work.
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