Don't try to do too much, too soon when switching over to minimalist or barefoot running.
Barefoot runners are few but growing in numbers, and one of them has a lot to say about the peculiar style of running.
Research by Stephen McGregor, PhD, is showing that the worst way to improve your running stride is to consciously try. Until a few years
There is no ideal type of shoe for everyone. Thank heavens, then, for options--including that of going barefoot.
Various studies support the pros and cons of each style -- so which is correct?
Research says it might not be as dangerous as we've been made to think.
There is evidence that debunks the popular running theory, writes Thomas C. Michaud.
Following blind assumptions that aren't based in physiological reality can hamper recovery and lead to injury or burnout.
A group of Canadian diehards are making the case for it.