Posted: 08/09/2016 at 11:38
Re the vibrams not really. I still do it every now and then once a month or so just go out for a couple of miles, either in the vibrams or just bare feet.
It's fun because it makes you completely concentrate on your posture / running style to ensure you land on your forefoot.
But i'm not convinced about the needing to land on the forefoot... argument i guess now would be a good time whilst i'm running limited mileage to try to change to entirely forefoot running as i'm not doing that much. But we shall see.
Oh. I had an Xray yesterday on the knee and the physio said a consultant will look at it but frankly it looks fine, she said depending on the consultants mood they will either say nothing on it just the beginning of possible arthritis which she was saying was basically meaningless it looked fine for 45 year old knee so all down to the soft tissue and next she wants a one off cortisone shot to see if that helps along with concentrating more on biking and squats and a few weeks of only 10 miles a week or so running.