STEP 6 - HUARACE
Huarache is not bare, so similar,
run 5 miles with handmade sandal is hard,
but their are perfect buddy for walking.
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STEP 5 - LEAVE ARCH SUPPORT SHOES
If you got metatarsal stress fracture, wait 6 week, thecartilages grow, and transform itself in new strong bones.
During those six weeks make sure that blood circulating in your foot.
Care with ice interval 10 min, make sure your body be sun exposed enough to synthesize D vitamin, if not ask dottor
For some D vitamin help!
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STEP 4 -ROAD TO DROP ZERO
Our goal is barefoot.
With your 6mm drop you can do 5 miles/48 hours without problem, so, now you need zero drop.
I began with Inov 8 Bare XF 210 and my evolution put me on Vibram 5 fingers Bikila LS, recently I bought the Bikila EVO with sole new shape "less arch support".
VIBRAM BIKILA LS
VIBRAM BIKILA EVO
INOV 8 BARE XF 201
STEP 3 - UP TO MAXIMUM MIELAGE
When glucose will finish, if you don't add it with diet, body will need 48 hours for restore his reserve, through grease burning.
Tomorrow place your hammock, and rest!
Feel your body and increase gradually up to 5/6 miles, run 1 session every two days.
Five miles is near to maximum load for human body, glucose storage is enought for about one hour hard training, after that you must add some "sugar", dut it's wrong way to goal your fitness, if you push over that limit you are putting on danger situatio yout tendons and other brittle part of your body.
You can choose model like Inov8 f-XLITE 195;
It’s drop is 6 mm, just few less than your past of cushioned shoes.
Start running 2 miles every 2 days after first week start to increase mileage.
Most important you must begin with stretching your gastrocnemius!
STEP 1 - SHOES
CHANGE YOUR SHOES
YOU NEED DROP LESS SHOES
When we run, every steps we move our body up&down, step to step double body’s weight pull on your gastrocnemius that usually is sleeping....
The gastrocnemius is anchored to the foot through achille tendon, the bigger tendon of your body.
STEP 2 - WHAT IS GASTROCNEMIUS?
If during transition you got calf cramps early morning, stop run, is first signal to got tendon inflammation.
Choose your perfect stair, and push heel down, only
down, if you can’t do it one foot, start at double.
A yoga_stretching session is also welcome, focus on your body and on your diaphragmatic breathing.
And feel running spirit inside you.
Before you leave your arch_support_shoes you must know
important thing about your metatarsal bones.
Our foot is composed from 26 little bones, multitude
of tendons, ligaments and muscles, is not a static piece,
Our foot growing, sometimes got broke, always
will be stronger.
"If loading on a particular bone increases, the bone will
remodel itself over time to become stronger to resist that
sort of loading."