From Primal to Bipedal

barefootstrongblog.com/2017/08/09/from-primal-to-bipedal-why-we-need-to-get-off-the-ground-and-walk-more/

From the medial rotation of the ilium creating the lateral fascial line and allowing single leg stance to the abduction of the foot’s 1st ray creating the spiral fascial line and lateral fascial line allowing the stability for a rigid lever – everything – I repeat everything favors locomotion – and we need to train the body as such.

~ Emily Splichal

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How “tuned in” is your nervous system?

barefootstrongblog.com/2017/03/26/how-tuned-in-is-your-nervous-system-advances-in-barefoot-science/

With the foot as the only contact point between the body and the ground – much of this “noise” enters our nervous system through the feet. If this foot “noise” is tuned out or unable to be sensed by the nervous system inaccurate movement patterns and delayed time to stabilization (i.e. injury) is the result.

~ Emily Splichal

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