So, what are all of those posts, bridges, and dual-density midsoles doing to improve our feet and leg strength?
Basically, they are deceiving our body. When you run barefoot, the body engages the soles of your feet, all of the muscles and bones, supporting structures of your feet and legs and, also, the vision and the brain.
We are descendants of the monkeys and we have been barefooting and descending from the trees for millions of ages, up to the point that walking and running barefoot was an acceptable, easy practice for us, but how come that, nowadays, when we buy a pair of new trainers we want protection from harmful objects and, generally, injury prevention.
How to make your own DIY barefoot shoes: