Here’s a crash course in barefoot biomechanics from Lee Saxby. Lee discusses the practical reality of the biomechanics of barefoot running and the science that underpins skilful movement and natural human locomotion. Whilst at the same time acknowledging the importance of the story tellers of barefoot running, like the Barefoot Teds and the Chris McDougalls who deal with the emotional side of barefoot running. Read more…
Here’s a very insightful video from Edge.org featuring Professor Daniel Lieberman. Asking why and how the human body looks and functions the way it does, Lieberman combines experimental biology and paleontology to find the answers.
This interview goes into more details on the origin of bipedal walking, the biology and evolution of endurance running, and the evolution of the human head.
The most significant breakthrough in 30 years to hit the shoe industry released.
While VIVOBAREFOOT has been a believer in “Barefoot is Best” since 2003, there is now scientific evidence to suggest this. Harvard Professor Daniel Lieberman has released his latest ground breaking research: Foot Strike and Injury Rates in Endurance Runners: a retrospective study.