Does a flat foot cause Willpowerpeak? What is the relationship between running shoes and flat feet? I have a question.
I have flat feet. These are not quite as interesting as those with high arches, but they can be annoying at times. For example, whenever I get up in the morning it always seems to be worse than it was the night before. That is because after that it is almost like my heels never get any room to move.
When I am running, I can usually tell by how my feet feel. If my feet feel good, I will be more alert. I can also run faster and better when my feet feel good.
The good thing about flat feet is that they do not hurt in general and therefore it is no big deal. They do hurt when I am out in the rain or the wind. That does not happen too often and when it does, it is always cold.
That may be why I have so much fun running in the rain. I am getting into the habit of running barefoot in the rain and it feels so good.
I have done research on running barefoot and found that the amazing feeling is that it gives. It feels better and lets me experience an inner peace and quiet that I did not think possible. Having someone say “you need to run like this!” means that you are doing something right.
Humans are creatures of habit. It is hard to change our mindsets and habits, but you can definitely get away from it. You should go for something easy and nice to try to change your mind set a little bit.
This means that my high arches and my ability to run barefoot is something that is hard to change. It is hard to resist the idea that there is something better about having high arches, but then, high arches also make things more comfortable. Just think of what a flat foot does to run in sandals, for example.
My most recent attempt to change my running habits was by switching to running shoes. I had tried them in the past and liked them, but I was having trouble running and I felt like I was just dragging.
I was going to try them again, but I decided that I was not going to start trying to turn them into feet. I guess it was a good choice. I ran for four miles and did not run any uneven surfaces.
To date, I have not ran in sandals since I started using them to keep my flat feet comfortable. They make a shoe with a foot really fit the runner.
That is why I am convinced that high arches and flat feet are not related, at least in terms of comfort. I cannot change what I do, but I can change what I do not do.