Monday, February 01, 2010
No Shoes, No Problem? Barefoot Runners Put Far Less Stress on Their Feet | 80beats | Discover Magazine: "Perhaps the original design is still the best. In this week’s Nature, Harvard’s Daniel Lieberman and his team reported on the impact force of people who are used to running barefoot versus those of us who wear spongy sneakers to protect the bottoms of our feet. Those who ran barefoot (the way humans evolved to run) moved differently, and with far less stress on their feet than the shoe-wearing masses."
Posted by Rudy Aunk at 1:30 AM