Paleos® Health & Therapy Support
Would you want to wear boxing gloves all day long?Our nerves end in our soles of our feet and continuously sent signals back into the body. The greater the distance between our feet and the ground, the more indistinct and fragmented theses signals become. This is why all recognized health teachings start with an examination of the feet. The PaleoBarferoots® will allow you to keep getting those unfiltered stimuli.
Real barefoot running and running in pair of Paleos®running differ only in the reliable protection from mechanical hazards offered by the PaleoBarefoots®. No other shoe on the market is capable of offering you the opportunity to extend your barefoot contact with the ground as significantly and completely, while ensuring your safety and comfort on unknown or obscured natural surfaces on land and in water. Your feet and soles can keep receiving important nerve impulses wherever you are! The Paleos® will allow you to experience conditions and locations that with "naked" feet one could only approach with great caution.
The Paleos® encourage people to walk barefoot again.They definitely can support physical therapy: Regardless of medical specialization, physicians and therapists from podiatry, orthopedics, physiotherapy and rehabilitation recommend walking barefoot. Likewise, the stimulating effects of the environment also helps with psychological and psychosomatic problems and boost your mood. Similarly in turn, when physicaly toughening up, training in bare feet supports appropriate exercises. Even practicing Kneipp and other activities such as Pilates, Tai Chi and Yoga they play a central role.
The advantages of frequent barefoot running:
Below you'll find an introductory list of the many benefits barefoot running can offer. If Properly managed and perhaps under therapeutic supervision, they can function as a natural remedy with no harmful side effects. Follow our tips for beginners and migrators: there you'll find even more relevant information.► Hydrotherapy & Reflexology: Important stimulation of our biological systems including
► the management of temperature control by blood circulation. (Impervious soles prevent
► the exchange of temperature and humidity).
► Body awareness: Barefoot running causes intensive feedback stimuli that are absorbed
► through the soles of the feet. Clear stimuli lead to clear reactions and clear responses.
► Blood circulation: By freeing the entire foot structure, your legs and feet will get much
► better circulation. This in turn will support the currents of neural receptors and pathways.
► Foot climate: Closed shoes act like greenhouses and promote the proliferation of fungi
► and bacteria. Because of the stainless steel ring mesh, the PaleoBarefoots® are hygienic
► and offer an excellent climate for feet.
► Foot muscles: In shoes, the foot muscles atrophy. The mobility of the toes, for example,
► as known by young children (grabbing, spreading the toes, etc.), becomes curtailed.
► Tactile and gripping reflexes: Barefoot runners "scan" the subsoil with their feet and are
► actively connected with the ground. Natural reflexes come back, feet become stronger,
► posture improves, and risk of injury is decreased!
► Training of senses: Up to 200,000 nerve tracts end or begin in our feet. There are biological
► reasons why there just are so many. Without training and utilizing them regularly, you begin
► to lose the closeness to nature when compared to the body's other major senses.
► Circulation systems: Improved massage by the soil structure stimulates circulation,
► and trains and supports the body's own systems such as venous valves and vein structure.
► Agility, spreading, grasping: In fashionable shoes, the toes are often pushed together
► and are not able to interact individually. When there is enough space they spread and start
► to work individually, which optimizes posture both standing and in motion.
► Longitudinal and transverse arch: Longitudinal and transverse arch: Independent
► orthopedics and physical therapists recommend that patients with foot disorders run
► barefoot. Various muscles and ligaments form the arch in our feet. This otherwise
► passive system must be constantly strengthened and stabilized.
► Body posture: Because it is uncomfortably hard to land on the heel, barefoot runners
► instinctively shift their weight towards to the forefoot section. To compensate, the body
► must align differently and overallposture improves.
► Proprioceptive training: Running barefoot on uneven, varied natural flooring offers
► more variety, is more natural, and provides more effective training.
► Emotional Balance: Emotional Balance: Barefoot running and Paleos® running promotes
► a positive mood bygrounding you and improving your perception and the awareness of the
► world around you.