Barefoot Walking

Posted December 4, 2011 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | 10 responses

I’ve untied my hiking boots, tossed them aside and I’ve decided to walk barefoot. Almost everyday I go to the forest and walk on the cushion of leaves squishy my toes into the mud. Now that winter has arrived I’m tackling the snow and ice. I’ve been reading Barefoot Running to prepare for harsher conditions and found out that the brain signals to the body to send more blood and fat (yes fat) to the feet. This acts as insulation and it works. I feel stronger and healthier because of it. Can’t wait to tell you more.

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