Question by  Jared71 (30)

What are the benefits of bare feet walking?

I love to go bare footed.


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

Walking with bare feet can expose people to puncture wounds if they step on something, but can also make the skin tougher, and more resistant to injury. The skin also becomes tanner, which lessens the paleness feet often have.


Answer by  primatefreak (1616)

The benefits are greater agility and flexor strength. A decreased liklihood of sprains and chronic injuries and is an effective remedy of flat feet. Helps to prevent vein problems and creates denser muscles on the bottom of the foot.


Answer by  RachelW (932)

Walking in bare feet forces your muscles to work in ways that they are not used to working - in fact, the ways that the are truly designed to work. Shoes cannot replicate this movement entirely.


Answer by  Roger2001 (24)

When you feel the ground under your bare feet you really start to reborn! Your entire body seems to respond to the "massage" provided by mother Earth. Your posture benefit from bare feet walking and so does your head: there is nothing more natural and relaxing than a good walk!

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