More Proof Minimalist Footwear is Better than Standard Running Shoes


http://runforefoot.com/loading-rates/ More Proof Minimalist Footwear is Better than Standard Running Shoes

Runners learning forefoot running who have trouble, might be wearing running shoes that are too thickly cushioned. Same goes with experienced forefoot runners. New reports suggest that certain footwear can make you land harder on your forefoot, generating greater loading rates.

Here are my reviews and recommendations on the best minimalist running shoes for forefoot running – http://runforefoot.com/forefoot-running-shoe-reviews/

If you are interested in learning forefoot running, here are some helpful tips on what to do and what NOT to do:

Learn the Forefoot Running Technique

To catch up on the latest studies regarding forefoot vs heel strike running as well as barefoot vs shod running, here’s my blog:
http://runforefoot.com/

6 thoughts on “More Proof Minimalist Footwear is Better than Standard Running Shoes”

  1. May I ask how many steps you take per minute? Everyone says you have to run 180 steps per minute but I'm only at 140 if I try my best. Though I wondered if that would really make a difference if your running technique is good.

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