Do Toning Shoes Really Work?

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Do Toning Shoes Really Work?

A study by the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse suggests that toning shoes—special exercise shoes with rounded bottoms—provide no benefit over regular shoes. What do you think?

  • "Yeah, if you really want a workout you need the shoes with the concave bottoms that stick to the floor like suction cups with every step."

    Bruce Johnston
    Substance Abuse Counselor
  • "As an early investor, I'd beg to differ."

    Paul White
    Investor
  • "Oh, I didn't even realize they promised health benefits. I just love the way those rounded bottoms look on my heels."

    Carmella Edwards
    Night Manager
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