4. Consider minimalist shoes, either some or all of the time, depending on your comfort level. No matter what, says Davis, "You should protect your feet when necessary, such as in the cold, heat, dark or on surfaces that may have hidden sharp objects."
5. Seek out smooth, hard surfaces. It might seem counterintuitive, but according to Davis, a smooth, hard surface is best for learning to run with bare feet or while wearing minimalist shoes.
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