I have foot problems and it is painful for me to be barefoot any time.I actually wear aqua socks which are slippers with rubber soles that you wear when swimming or showering.I love them and they are very light so no worries about hurting the board.
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Fitness Minutes: (295) Posts: 11 12/18/12 10:58 A
I personally don't use shoes on my wii board. I usually do it barefoot or socks depends on the activity I'm doing. I only wear shoes if I'm doing exercise outside. I always wear socks when using the treadmill though.
Fitness Minutes: (6,987) Posts: 362 8/17/12 9:22 A
Thanks so much for the experience of shoes on the board-I was worried to try. I think my feet will feel better if I wear shoes. I wish the remote would register better with games-seems to miss a lot of steps etc... board does way better but I worry about over use on it -never thought I would say that LOL
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Fitness Minutes: (176,942) Posts: 22,508 8/10/12 7:58 P
At first, I always used the board while barefoot or if my feet were cold, I used socks with those rubber non-slip things on them. Plain socks were too slippery. Later I started to use shoes most of the time. I was worried about doing so much stepping on the board and the running off board barefoot. I felt like I needed more support for my feet so I almost always wear shoes for all exercising now. I have not seen any damage to the board.
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