sports physio recommended as i've been struggling with injuries due too having one leg longer than the other, tried insoles but never got to the problem, so he recommended barefoot, which is like but do pronate(is that right word) in them, so its half good, half bad. Feel like they may be the right option but to be honest the furtherest i've been in them is 3m. My physio suggested them also to try and get me mid/front foot running, always been on the heel before now, and thus he recommend uphill as it more front foot landing if that makes sense.
just coming back from injury and im gonna start running up and down a 1.5m uphill track which is quite stony, thats all good, but my physio recommends me using barefoot shoes, which i have used on the flat so far, so my question is, should i still use them on this uneven surface or not, its like a farm track but quite stony, any advice would be appreciated.
wow, im so happy i've read all this info but i have a question, i've been seeing physios and gait analysis peoples for a while now, and its clear my mechanics aint right. Basically at my hip, one side is higher than the other so one leg is in a way shorter than the other, now my physio suggested i should try midfoot running. Now i have insoles specially to level me up a bit, do i put them in my barefoot shoes ive just bought.