Everything

we’ve learned

about shoes

is wrong

“The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”

Leonardo Da Vinci

The Foot

Designed by nature our feet have been shaped to perfection after millions of years of walking, running, and pushing the boundaries of human athleticism. Each of the 52-foot bones, shock-absorbing arches, and strong-as-steel ligaments and tendons are designed to move together, seamlessly.

Benefits of

Barefoot Training

Increased muscle activation

Quicker gains in strength and stability

Enhanced proprioception

Corrected movement mechanics of the lower body 

Barefoot Exercise is Better

Traditional cushioned shoes hinder our feet’s ability to move the way they’re meant to. Rigid shoe design locks our feet into an improper form that reverberates from the bottom of our feet to the ankle, knee, hip, and spine; which leads to poor form and a higher risk of injury. 

Let's get back to basics for a stronger body

Barefoot Facts

Barefoot exercise isn’t new, we’ve been running and hunting barefoot since the dawn of man. Since then, Abebe Bikila won the 1960 Olympic marathon barefoot, Zola Budd shattered world records by running barefoot, and the Tarahumara tribe continues their long-standing tradition of barefoot long-distance running. 

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

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