Barefoot running, either literally running barefoot or using shoes with minimal cushioning, is very popular, but highly contested. Almost everyone seems to have an opinion about it, and it raises a frequent question from our readers, “Is barefoot running good for you?” Personally, I like barefoot running, but some of the roads and sidewalks around me are constructed using very jagged concrete, so I use barefoot running shoes which have zero cushioning but a protective tread to protect the skin. But just because I like barefoot running doesn’t necessarily mean it is suitable for people in various stages of curing knee injuries. So I’m going to take a moment to explain in full both why I like it, and what it means for your health. Continue reading
We believe you can overcome knee pain, even if you don't. Strength and mobility are possible through simple, easy to learn exercises - no drugs, no surgery. These lessons and techniques come from trainer Chris Williams, who resolved life-long knee problems through personal study and hard work.
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