Barefoot Running Shoes Reviews Launches New Website
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania (June 16, 2011) barefootrunningshoesreviews.org has launched a new website that focuses exclusively on Barefoot running shoes.
Barefoot running season is quickly approaching and runners are gearing up for the summer workouts. Barefoot running has become popular over the years and has been the focus of more than a few articles and books.
Barefoot running involves running without shoes or wearing rubber foot covers (such as Vibram FiveFingers) to shield the soles of the foot from jagged surfaces.
Barefoot Running Shoes Reviews suggests that runners wear the shoes around the house to become accustomed to using them because the ankles and arches are used to being inside tight shoes and boots during the winter.
Runners should ease into the shoes slowly, strengthening the muscles and tendons that support the ankle and arch. They should start slow by walking around the house and then going for short walks outside, said Mike Berg, a Staff Member.
At the launching event of Google Chrome, the co-founder of Google Sergey Brin stated that he has become attached to his Vibram FiveFingers Barefoot Running Shoes. The running shoes have been gaining in popularity because of high profile business leaders such as Brin and other celebrities endorsing the shoes.
The most experienced barefoot runners use the running shoes because the shoes help avoid landing on the heel and instead runners land on the midfoot. Many runners ask if they should land on the heel, midfoot or forefoot but unfortunately, there is no quick answer to that question.
The new review website offers reviews on several barefoot running shoes such as:
New Balance Minimus
Merrell Barefoot True
Vibram FiveFingers Bikila
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