Barefoot Workout — 8 Comments

  1. Great January! Take a moment to celebrate your successful month. 🙂

    Going barefoot… I have all kinds of nerve damage from a cut one summer. Two cuts actually, they were clean and down to the bone. I didn’t even feel the cut since my nerves were damaged. I never go barefoot since I still have issues…. there you go… another post topic for me (how do I run with this damage?)

    Have a great week!

  2. Congrats! I was just thinking of setting myself a goal of 1,000 fitness minutes. For January, I’ve got just about 800 and I want MORE. I love fitness–but the injuries and all really set me back. I’m learning this year (just this month!) that I can do 10 minutes and it COUNTS. I don’t have to wait til I can do 45-60 minutes.

    I recently started doing kettlebells a bit (fun!) and there’s this pro who does it BAREFOOT. That sounds crazy but if you think about it, only a steel-toed boot would save you. A trainer wouldn’t do squat! ;p

    …metablogging, as I’ve linked back to your post 🙂

  3. I’m barefoot as much as possible inside. I’m loving the yoga videos from right now. They have a free one every week and you can download videos for $3.99. Cheaper than DVDs.

  4. I have never been a barefoot girl…. I don’t like the feel of getting anything on my feet… (I know.. I’m goofy!) But I will wear flip flops in my home year round… 🙂

    Congrats on your January goals! That is awesome!

  5. I love doing yoga and dancing NIA barefoot. Of course, you do both on a clean studio floor. Doing aerobicsvwith shoes on feels clunky to me now.

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