Hello everyone, I think this is the place for my question. I've been running barefoot or in Vibram FFs for several weeks now, starting back in October. I had some coaching w/ a barefoot running coach, who is relatively pleased with my technique. After our session, he sent video before-and-afters showing where I improved and what I need to work on. But I can't afford to hire him again right now, so can't ask him this question... I've got one calf that's more sore than the other -- well, actually, my left side doesn't feel sore at all, only my right. It's just basic DOMS really, nothing extreme, no injury, just delayed soreness after shifting to using underworked muscles. My training intensity is at the level of 5 mins of technique drills + 20 mins of walking/running practice, focusing on improving technique, not speed or distance. I rest or do unrelated exercise (like yoga, rowing machine, or upper body weight training) for the 24-48 hours inbetween. And I get sports massages. So, what could I be doing wrong or not doing at all that might be causing me to be more sore in one calf than the other? Could it be a technique or posture thing I need to improve? or is it just too much too soon? Or is this just normal, that one side of the body can feel more sore than the other? Thanks for any help and tips.