Why the human foot was made for running — even without shoes
Long before anyone ever ran a 10K or a marathon, humans were running down wild animals. Meat, not medals, was the reward for the hunters who scampered barefoot through the wilds. "We evolved to run," says Dr. Irene Davis, director of the Spaulding National Running Center and a professor in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School in Boston. "Running is in our genes."
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