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Introduction and barefoot interest

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Tracy evans, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. Tracy evans

    Tracy evans Welcome New Poster


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    Hey there I am not in the profession but am interested in barefoot running! Have started running on indoor treadmill only at mo. Have started in vibram shoes which I have been using for several months just for general wear and walking and absolutely love but will these be beneficial or harmful to run in? Feels good on treadmill but I do suffer from sciatica and so far haven't runfar or fast!
     
  2. Vicky

    Vicky Welcome New Poster

    Hi Tracy, you may wish to check out the (very long!) barefoot running debate in the biomechanics forum.
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  3. Tracy evans

    Tracy evans Welcome New Poster

    I have looked at some but all seems very opinionated and hard to make decision on! At mo feel that will cont in vibrams whilst lo level treadmill work but will get running shoes for outdoor work... Maybe...
     
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