Barefoot Insoles

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  1. Tedlet

    Tedlet Barefooters
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  2. Rémi

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    Sorry @Tedlet , well I'm blocked.
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  3. Tedlet

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    Is this any better (IT's not my strong point!...;))?
     
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  4. flammee

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    Well, according to this it probably works like having a little rock in the shoe in just the right place, so arch lifts and therefore strengthens..

    http://naturalrunningcenter.com/barefoot-science/
    The insole focuses on the use of the body’s sensory system to introduce a mild stimulus to the foot’s center. The body’s natural response is to move away and a series of continuous and minute muscle contractions begin. The insole works with a progressive series of inserts, like progressive resistance training, to gradually introduce a muscle strengthening component to the foot. So as opposed to the concept of brace or cushion, the goal is strengthen and rehabilitate.
     

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