minimalist running

Footwear that focuses on style and marketing isn't helping your foot function as designed.
If you're looking for adaptability from your feet up, trail running is for you.
While impact isn't a bad thing, it's important to understand how related injuries occur and what steps you can take to avoid them.
We’re going to talk about forces, and more specifically, impact forces - how important they are and how crucial it is that we are prepared to handle them.
These shoes are a good middle ground between traditional running shoes and minimalist shoes.
These shoes were created with functional fitness in mind, and they stand out from other inov-8 products I've tried.
Going minimal will improve your body’s function and your enjoyment of running for the rest of your life.
If your feet hurt in your new minimalist shoes, lack of preparation may be to blame.
Learn how to walk again outside the confines of shoes for stronger, healthier feet.
If you’re looking for a good pair of barefoot running sandals, you should investigate these.
Looking for hiking boots that don't weigh you down? Once again, Lems Shoes has come to the rescue.
I've tried a lot of minimalist shoes, and this pair from Lems is easily my favorite.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, "What kind of shoes do I need for running?” Here is my advice, based on my experience and the simple math behind the physics of running.
Foot strike may be the most hotly contested aspects of running. Should you strike with your heel, ball of the foot, or mid-foot? A new study suggests when it comes to performance, it might not matter.
I need help with my feet when I run. I am wearing minimalist shoes, but my knees still ache. What does it mean to have active feet? What else can I do to strengthen and heal my feet and knees?
You've seen shoes with five toes, now what about socks with five toes? ToeSox offers the latest in foot gear that will aid your performance. Really, your socks can make a difference.
Not everybody needs to eat paleo and wear inov-8s during their first week of CrossFit. The first year I did CrossFit I did it mainly fueled on Hot Pockets, Lean Cuisine, and Diet Coke. No joke.