For what reason is it prescribed to do squats and deadlifts without shoes, or with level sole shoes
A considerable lot of the running shoes that individuals purchase for the rec center have exceptionally padded heels. What's more, obviously, that would be more comfortable for running in right? Particularly on the grounds that a great many people run the incorrect way setting their impact points down first and not driving with the bundles of their feet. For what reason do they do that? Since the CAN do that with those kinds of heels. On the off chance that you take a gander at a long distance runner or Olympic sprinter, you will see that they land on the bundles of their feet - keeping themselves more adjusted over the foundation of help (their feet).
In any case, that was somewhat of a digression - back to the lower body activities like DLs and Squats.
In those activities you need the BB to go all over, near opposite to the floor. You need to FEEL the real foot position. You would prefer not to incline excessively far forward or in reverse. With the knee predominant squat or the hip prevailing deadlift, you need to be adjusted over your feet and wearing a malleable shoe is best for that. Or then again shoeless or with those negligible 5-toed shoes (my outright top pick). I can keep a more upstanding position that way.
In the event that I have a customer who has restricted lower leg adaptability, I will have them do their squats with their heels on a 2.5 pound weight plate.