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Benefits of barefoot training

Barefoot exercise allows the activation of foot muscles to build more durable feet and legs.

Exercising barefoot builds a strong and healthy arch, and gripping the floor with toes improves

balance and form which helps reduce the risk of injuries.


How to Use 

Barefoot exercise requires a slow transition period to avoid foot injuries. We want you to

transition safely and successfully. Our recommendations listed below are based on thousands of training hours. For more, please follow us on Instagram @kinisbarefoot to view our training videos.


 Flow naturally

Barefoot strong

Our feet are weakened after many years sheltered in shoes. It is imperative to take the time to

train them slowly in order to regain strength without injuries. Individual results are varied; the

key to success is to stay consistent with the training and do it gradually. At Kinis, we are

committed to helping you build more durable feet and a healthier body. Please don't hesitate to

reach out to us with any questions or concerns at

Indoor Fitness

First five Weeks Training Per Step | 45min per day | 4x per week.  


  1. Walk-in barefoot socks, avoid landing on heels.

  2. Lift light weights with feet planted evenly on the floor.

  3. Grip floor with toes, move up in weight as needed.

 Indoor Wellness

Wear for all low-impact activities.


  1. Walk-in barefoot socks, avoid landing on heels.

  2. Move toes and bend the foot to activate muscles.


Disclaimer: The information provided is for reference only and is not a substitute for advice from a physician. 

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