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Second, no matter which part touches fi rst, the rest of your foot must then quickly touch also, so that your entire foot is in contact with the ground. When doing the walk-in-place drill, you will begin to develop a feel for the part of your foot that is most comfortable touching first. If you need a place to begin, I suggest starting with a midfoot landing. The midfoot is the ball of your foot, or the area between your toes and arch. Th is appears to be the most common technique. If you fi nd another part of the foot to be more comfortable, use it.

The most common problem that arises with this plan occurs after you start to develop good barefoot form. It will become increasingly difficult to run in traditional shoes. Your feet will feel incredibly heavy, and the rest of your body will rebel against the pounding. You will start to crave the gentle smoothness of barefoot or minimalist shoe running. Th is usually happens well before you are ready to convert all of your training mileage to barefoot or minimalist shoe mileage. The result is usually a temporary decrease in training mileage as you abandon your traditional shoes.

If you have aspirations to run those distances, learning to walk barefoot now will pay dividends in the future. WALK-IN-PLACE DRILL The purpose of this drill is twofold. First, it will help strengthen your anatomy to prepare for running. Second, it will teach you the very basic elements of proper form. The movements you perform in this drill will translate directly to actual walking and running. Start by relaxing. Use the deep breathing drill if necessary. Stand on a hard, smooth surface. Your posture should be upright, and your arms and legs should be relaxed.

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