Do you need some help? Photo: Warren Goldswain/Shutterstock
OK, you’ve decided to cast off the shackles of over-constructed, super-fly, whiz-bang-gizmo-from-outer-space running shoes and opted for the minimalist approach. Great! But you can't just strap a piece of leather to the bottom of your foot and hit the road. The body has to make adjustments to your new-fangled running style. Here’s how to make the transition.
Preparing Your Body
Focus On Form
Strength and Agility
Easing Into It
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