Found a way to keep feet tough over winter

Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by barefootconservative, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. barefootconservative

    barefootconservative Summertime barefooter

    True, true, very good point. Oh well, I guess I'll just have to get creative for barefoot in winter. Not much I can do, though.
     
  2. Naked_Toes

    Naked_Toes Member

    I know, but from a legal standpoint it's at least some kind of protection
     
  3. barefootconservative

    barefootconservative Summertime barefooter

    Yeah, stupid stupid stupid! I'm nowhere near the weights, air resistance is all the protection I need.
     
  4. Naked_Toes

    Naked_Toes Member

    Yup, but I guess they figure anything inside the doors...
     
  5. barefootconservative

    barefootconservative Summertime barefooter

    Right. I guess they'll never understand that not all of us exercise as well in shoes.
     
  6. Naked_Toes

    Naked_Toes Member

    So it sounds like you're going to have to get some minimalist shoes for those times, find an off campus gym that allows bare feet or cross going to the gym barefoot off your list.
     
  7. txbarefooter

    txbarefooter Senior Member

    shoes or no shoes, dropping a weight on them is going to hurt and most likely break a toe(s). the gym is one of the few/only places where I acquiesce and wear shoes.
     
  8. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    what do you do there? cardio? machine weights?

    i could see an argument that either of those has moving parts that could pinch or even sever an unprotected toe.
     
  9. barefootconservative

    barefootconservative Summertime barefooter

    All very true. I mostly did walking on the indoor track, a bit of treadmill, and elliptical. Minimalist shoes, I'm too cheap to shell out that kind of money. I'm a college student who has almost no money. And yes, shoes won't save you from a broken toe unless they're steel toe shoes.
     
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