I've got a question and I know it's against the grain of what most of us on the BRS believe. Is it possible that some of us cannot transition properly to a bf lifestyle? I've been doing mostly bfr for a little over a year (15 months or so) and the last 7-8 months or so I've been dealing with PF (never had this before ever in my life). Nothing from rest to stretching to rolling to trying to find trigger points on my own has helped completely relieve it. It's a temporary solution that sometimes helps, but mostly seems almost like a waste of time. The last 4 days or so I've been wearing some old hiking shoes I have because my heels seemed to hurt less in them. Today, I am walking around barefoot in the house with almost no pain in either heel. The last 2 days I've jumped out of bed in the morning (literally because my toddler was crying and I wasn't fully awake to be thinking properly) and didn't have the searing pain that I normally have. Is it possible that maybe my heels are just beat up and need a break? Is it possible that since I've been a shoe wearer for such a long time (30+ years) that my muscles just are not long enough to support a fully barefoot lifestyle? I'm really curious to hear what the docs have to say because honestly, I feel better than I have in a long time when wearing these hiking shoes when going anywhere out of the house. Kind of disappoints me but then maybe gives me a glimmer of hope that I can get rid of this pain completely.