If shoes are so great, why do so many people take their shoes off when they get home or at the office while they are at their desk? Yes, shoes do spread disease and filth due to walking in places such as restrooms, but they are also quite uncomfortable and hot at times.
In case the term "barefoot" is unfamiliar to you in the context of exercise, and you're suffering visions of losing all the skin on the soles of your feet to uneven pavements, let me enlighten you: fo...
Your bare feet will spread less disease than your hands. Our hands touch hundreds if not thousands of objects everyday that others have already touched and then we handle food or other items that may go in our mouths. I don't see signs saying "No shirt, no shoes, no gloves, no service".
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Barefoot, bare feet, running, walking, hiking, camping
Hi! Welcome to Walk This Way (solutions for the weary sole). You will find links to articles on the advantages of barefoot activity and posts about the adventures of my family and friends as we explore the world with our bare feet. This may sound unusual to many, but read the articles and view the pictures and you may very well find yourself being barefoot more often.