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|Subject: ||RE: Barefoot vs Shoe Study?!|
I didn't think people ran barefoot for metabolic advantages. I thought it had to do more with natural footfall, building muscles in the feet and lower ankle, and overall more efficient form as the prevailing conjectures.
To combat message board spam (by non runners). We are making people answer a brief question before they can post on a thread that is over 20 days old.
If you answer this question you should be able to post.