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Hey fitness lovers! I recently had the opportunity to test out a new brand of barefoot running shoes called BE REAL Shoes and I’m excited to share my results! I’m an avid runner and am always open to trying out new shoes. BE REAL shoes are designed to be all-terrain, yet minimum sole. They are great for running across trail, grass, wet, and even urban landscapes.This was something that really got my attention, as I like to run on different terrains. Even better, they are made in the USA and the sole is 100% recyclable! As an added bonus, they come in many different colors, with something for everyone. There are just so many great things about these shoes. I truly enjoyed having the opportunity to try them out.

The first thing I noticed when I ran with my BE REAL shoes on the first day was how light and comfortable they were! They felt great on my feet and it was really like running barefoot. You are also recommended not to wear socks which them, which I was a little unsure of at first but quickly adjusted to. I started with a shorter distance the first day of wearing them, as it is a little different than wearing regular running shoes. The first few days of wearing them, I did feel a little more sore than usual after my runs, as different muscles were being used. However after about a week or so, I was pretty well adjusted to the shoe and really enjoyed wearing them.

One thing that I have to mention is that they may not be for everyone. As they are minimal shoes, they don’t offer the same support as most other running shoes and everyone’s bodies are different. I definitely recommend them though if you are interested in the barefoot running trend! BE REAL Shoes are a great new brand and I can really see them making a name for themselves! If you are interested in learning more about them, check out their website at www.berealshoes.com. They also have a Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram account so make sure you follow them!

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