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Barefoot Training


How to Strengthen Your Feet for Barefoot Running

Build stronger feet for barefoot running with these simple moves from physical therapist Sue Falsone.

The Performance Life

Mark Verstegen Discusses Barefoot Training in National Post Interview

Mark Verstegen shares his thoughts on the best barefoot training shoes, barefoot running, and more.


Arch Rolls (Golf Ball)

This movement is an effective release of tension and pain in the foot.

In the News

adidas Unveils Barefoot Training Shoe, Designed with the Help of Mark Verstegen

After two years of design and testing, adidas unveiled its new barefoot training shoe, the adipure Trainer.


Should You Run Barefoot?

An interview with Michael Sandler, creator of RunBare.com and author of the new book Barefoot Running.


Q&A: Prevent Shin Splints

How to identify the cause of shin pain and help keep it from returning.


Intrinsic Towel Crunch

This prehab movement will help with calf pain.


Ankle Dorsiflexion Stretch - Interal Rotation

An effective way to stretch your calf muscle.

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5 Stretches to Refresh Your Warmup

Try these dynamic stretches to prepare for a better workout.


The New Science of Cardio

Forget everything you know about traditional cardio work. Energy Systems Development, or ESD, is a more effective way to train your body.


Q&A: Feeling Too Full With Creatine

Timing your supplements correctly can increase their effectiveness and boost your energy.

Play Better

Warm Up Like the German National Team

Mark Verstegen shared one of the warm-up routines he used to prepare the German men's national team for the World Cup with The New York Times.

Play Better

World Cup-Inspired Strength-Building Workout

EXOS performance specialist Jonathan Barlow shares five moves he uses to prepare players for soccer's biggest competition.