The “Tempurpedic Explanation” for barefoot running

You’ll enjoy this great talk with Josh Hewett from where we cover:

  • The top problems people have when trying barefoot running (and their solutions)
  • The three key moves that let you easily and comfortably run barefoot
  • The 4 types of barefoot runners — knowing which you are changes EVERYTHING
  • Why “minimalist” shoes are not the same as barefoot (so if you tried minimal and it didn’t work, here’s why)
  • How being barefoot can help if you have ankle, knee, hip, back, or even neck pain… and plantar fasciitis
  • The “Tempurpedic foam mattress” theory about why cushioning and orthotics may be harming you.

Most importantly, how to have FUN while you explore natural movement!

Let me know what you think in the comments, below… and share the video with people who you think will like this.

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One thought on “The “Tempurpedic Explanation” for barefoot running

  1. I could waste so much time bantering with people sticking to their new-fangled running shoes ways (the guys who laugh at the “idiots ruining their feet by running barefoot crowd”). I read a few articles about the VFF settlement, and a few comments, and they make my brain hurt. I love these (video chat) discussions. They make me want to kick off the shoes and go for a run. I’ve gotta go over the cold-training for feet post again. Cheers, Steven!

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