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Have you tried barefoot running shoes?

Running without using running shoes had been a gimmick that commenced about 10 years ago and endured a couple of years. This grew to be quite popular however faded away just as fast as it showed up. It had been dependant upon the theory that running shoes aren't good for you and that running without them might be more natural and much better for runners. There initially were numerous books published about this, lots of websites encouraging the claims and lots of social media activity stating the alleged benefits. Nevertheless, what went down is that the benefits that were claimed for this didn't worked out for almost all runners who took barefoot running up and there was a very high overuse injury incidence in runners who tried it. Runners before long returned to what they were accustomed to and every one of the guru’s whom started out marketing barefoot running are no longer heard from.

There was no evidence that barefoot running was really any better. It turned out to be generally made up promises based on anecdotes. When the research got done it revealed that many of the promises that got made up for it were exactly that, made up. The advantages over using running shoes are not there. Barefoot running is only different to running in shoes. Ever since the barefoot craze died off, there was a transition to far more highly padded shoes. This was the exact opposite to the novelty of barefoot and it too got called a fad. However, presently there are no indication of that trend to the higher padded running shoes dropping off, so it is in all probability pretty sure that it is not simply a fad but a long lasting trend. Running barefoot or with traditional running shoes or with maximal cushioned running shoes are just different. One is not superior to another and individual athletes will have their own tastes in regards to what they like to run in and that is fine.