They’ve carried you everywhere from your first day of school through this morning’s walk or run. Pretty much everything else about your body has changed in that time, so it’s little wonder that your feet also undergo some alterations, both subtle and not-so-much, as you age. Read the full article for Prevention.
Barefoot running advocates argue that, in addition to preventing injuries, ditching shoes makes you more efficient—meaning you can go faster expending the same amount of effort. After all, the typical trainer adds 10 to 11 ounces of weight to your feet, which surely must drag you down, right? Not so fast (or slow), a new study finds. Read the full article in Men’s Health News.