When receiving the kettle bell in the drop, one can lift the heels off the ground with just the ball of the feet remaining connected while spreading the toes to provide better balance. No matter how flexible the sole of the shoe, no sole is as flexible as no shoe, now, think about how the heel comes off the ground during the lift, with no shoes it will allow the foot to bend easier, allowing more force to be generated through longer connection from part of the foot to the surface, thus generating more power for longer (even though we’re talking milliseconds).
Do we need to slam our heels like we just don’t care, or is there actually a possibility we can jerk high reps with a controlled return to the ground? They cramp your toes together, remove or limit the use of them, make your feet weak by limiting the movement and absorbing impact/resistance that would normally make your feet stronger.
People are so used to it, it’s unusual to not wear shoes, and they just don’t question it. Because if they’re not, well, then their feet are probably weak and not used to ‘no shoes and might make their initial performance worse.
To me it all makes so much sense, it’s one of these things where you go “can’t you see it, can’t you see how the human body was made, and what negative impact shoes have on strength, flexibility and shape of your feet?”. The heel slam during the under squat with heavy weight is a problem, the sole of the shoe provides some relief.
Let me clear something up, when I say no shoes, you might be picturing some hobo with filthy clothes, black cracked feet, and long toenails, but no. No shoes on in the house EVER, they stop at the door, bare feet or flip-flops in the house only, also keeps it nice and clean, no dragging in dog shit onto the carpet and other filthy crap from outside.
No shoes in the gym, unless I’m sprinting long distance or on a rough surface. As for fancy parties, the last time I went to a fancy party would be two years ago, I simply don’t do parties that require a suit in which my nuts are squashed, the shirt is so tight that it looks like I got ILS (invisible lat syndrome), I only go to places where I can dress and feel free.
One last fact, years ago when I had many issues with my feet it was recommended to me to wear insoles/orthotics for the plantar fasciitis and pronation, ooh my what an uncomfortable period of time that was walking on those orthotics, and what an expense for some plastic. It did absolutely nothing for me, orthotics are the biggest waste of money ever, they don’t get to the root cause of things, which is a weakness.
Here’s where it ends, most of the GS stuff I touched upon is based on beliefs, common sense and ingrained customs, until the day that research is done with a large test group of similar strength, endurance, and mental toughness, it’s all just talk and you decide what you believe and use. Taco Fleur Russian Gregory Sport Institute Kettle bell Coach, Caveman training Certified, IFF Certified Kettle bell Teacher, Kettle bell Sport Rank 2, HardstyleFit Kettle bell Level 1 Instructor., CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, CrossFit Judges Certificate, CrossFit Lesson Planning Certificate, Kettle bells Level 2 Trainer, Kettle bell Science and Application, MMA Fitness Level 2, MMA Conditioning Level 1, BJJ Purple Belt and more.
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We found the Nordic as the idea kettle bell sneaker as air conditioning and secure fit are not compromised. Getting the right pair of shoes will make the exercise to be even more enjoying regardless of whether you will be swing, throwing, pressing, juggling or even moving kettle bells.since kettle bells are 100% portable they can, therefore, be incorporated in different athletic and sports hence going for a multipurpose pair of shoes will work great.
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I have seen a lot of people on social media wearing weight lifting shoes when doing snatches, swings and other exercises. I have seen a lot of people on social media wearing weight lifting shoes when doing snatches, swings and other exercises.
The majority of lifts drive through your heel into the ground, and you want something solid under your heel. The squishy heel of a running shoe can throw you off, dampen the heel drive, and at least once in my past surprise you (wore running shoes by mistake once) to the point of a mildly dangerous technique breakdown. The majority of lifts drive through your heel into the ground, and you want something solid under your heel. The squishy heel of a running shoe can throw you off, dampen the heel drive, and at least once in my past surprise you (wore running shoes by mistake once) to the point of a mildly dangerous technique breakdown.
Level 6 Valued Member Team Leader Certified Instructor @Wienerbroed I think you see a lot of people where those when they have lots of exercises that include a “double knee bend” or “second dip” to their movements, namely “GS style” cleans and/or snatches, as well as jerks.
A) Like the stability they provide B) Have ankle mobility issues and benefit from the shoe helping their knees move forward C) Feel more comfortable with a posterior weight shift (from their hips) when wearing a heeled shoe compared to bare feet One exercise I've always felt horribly awkward at when wearing We shoes is the Turkish Get Up.
They're designed to enable better dorsiflexion during squats, cleans, and snatches. When I train for gs I use Reebok lifters, but when I do HS I'll use those shoes I was born with.
Level 9 Valued Member Elite Certified Instructor The reason you'll find so few proponents of it around here is that Strongest is big on the concept of “rooting”.
In this you feel your feet strongly against the floor or ground, deliberately connecting by grabbing the ground with your feet or using a slight outward turn to “corkscrew” the feet to the ground, and/or a “static stomp” before something like a pistol squat or sometimes before a press... all to increase that direct connection with the ground and ability to produce force against it. I have seen a lot of people on social media wearing weight lifting shoes when doing snatches, swings and other exercises.