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Running related injuries, such as knee and foot injuries, are so common nowadays. To prevent these running related injuries, we need to go back to our most natural way of running barefoot or in barefoot shoes and forefoot striking.
So, here are some running tips to prevent injury:
1. Run Barefoot, or at least in a pair of barefoot running shoes.
2. Beginners should transition slowly into barefoot running, as the body needs time to adapt.
3. Avoid a lot of sitting throughout the day, as the hips need to remain flexible.
4. Transition from a heel striking running style, to a forefoot striking pattern.
5. Avoid high volume training until your running technique is sound.
6. Use some weight training to build protective muscle around the legs.
7. A well rounded long distance running program should include some shorter distance sprints for variation.
0:00 Running injury rates
0:44 Risk factors for running related injuries
1:27 The root causes of running injuries
1:54 Why Dean Karnazes forefoot strikes
4:04 Why Ross Edgley forefoot strikes
5:27 The problem with cushioned running shoes
7:31 The importance of ground feel while running
9:46 Importance of foot stability in running
12:41 How to prevent running injuries with the correct form
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I really like the concept of barefoot running shoes and I've been following the research every now and then. I made a full transition to midfoot strike a couple of years ago and I'm fitter than I've ever been due to less injuries.
However I never made the jump to the thin barefoot soles, I feel they contribute a lot to blisters and I have weak skin. So I use halfway houses and I currently run in inov8 shoes. I believe foam makes you quicker and less tired, but does in no way shield from injury, so it is a necessary evil.
I also read about tribal people trying to protect their feet with portable ground just like me and their tyre soles are usually way thicker than what is used by barefoot companies.
Keep going mate, love the content.
Barefoot shoes are great, but you should take your time to transition over slowly.
I've shown this video and fivefingers shoes to my trainer and asked him what he thinks about all these - he answered that I am idiot and better not to come to his gym anymore %). BTW no c-arguments against barefoot running from his side.
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Couldn’t agree more
I do a lot of trail running so use glove shoes ?
What about road ?♀️ running? Would bare food runner provide enough support?
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how does this compare to a BOSU ball?
slackblock review starts at 6:26
He said some very smart things towards the beginning of the video. Then he lost me. The SlackBlock simply just violates the SAID principal.
Like a woble board
Does it help with plantar fasciitis or is it contraindicated? And, would you recommend for heavy and long Rucking?