Tynan Elder Oak wrote:the only time I wear shoes is when I have to go into town or work! lol. the rest of the time I am bare foot. I always have been. My dad used to say I had peasant feet, broad and sure clod hoppers, a kinder friend said she thought they were pilgrim feet! My kids say they are hobbit feet, though not so hairy. They are like leather, but, they are strong and I feel grounded.
Tynan Elder Oak wrote:The thing about running on pavements and track is that your foot needs protecting from the shock. A great deal of money is spent on designing running shoes that keep the foot in a good and safe position while running.
The modern running shoe and footwear in general have successfully diminished sensory feedback without diminishing the injury inducing impact...
...the authors hypothesized that there exist adaptations associated with barefoot activity that provide impact absorption and protection against running-related injuries
Erithe wrote:I love walking in the driveway when it's raining and the concrete is warm and the trees are all drippy.
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