Have you tried barefoot running shoes?

Running without using running shoes had been a gimmick that commenced around 10 years ago and endured a couple of years. This grew to become really popular but faded away equally as quick as it showed up. It had been based on the concept that running shoes are certainly not good for you and that running without them is more natural and more effective for runners. There were lots of books published about this, plenty of websites encouraging the claims and plenty of social media activity affirming the alleged benefits. However, what actually transpired is that the positive aspects that were assumed for it never worked out for a good number of runners who took it up and there was a quite high overuse injury rate in those who tried it. Runners before long went back to what they were accustomed to and all of the guru’s which started off marketing barefoot running are no longer heard from.

There was never any scientific data that barefoot running was really any benefit. It was largely made up promises depending on anecdotes. After the research got done it revealed that most of the promises which got made up for this were exactly that, made up. The advantages over using running shoes are just not there. Barefoot running is simply different to running in shoes. Since the barefoot craze died off, there was clearly a conversion to considerably more highly padded shoes. This was the opposite to the craze of barefoot and it too got called a fad. Except, presently you won't notice any signs of that trend to the higher padded running shoes falling off, so it will be in all probability pretty sure that its really not a fad but a long term trend. Running barefoot or with traditional running shoes or using maximal cushioned running shoes are merely different. One is not better than the other and individual runners will likely have their own preferences as to what they like to run in and that's alright.