Platforms are elevated shoes that, on average, give the wearer anywhere from 1/2 to 3 inches extra height, with no extra heel height. Platforms can be in almost any type of shoe, especially sandals and boots. It is important to feel comfortable on the platforms and the height between the sole of the foot and the floor, as it is easy to judge the steps incorrectly, do not lift the leg high enough, jerk or roll the ankle. With platform-free heels, you can feel the size of your body based on the inclination of your bow, but this is not entirely the case for platform shoes.
Some exercises require a little practice.
Start with shorter platforms and platform-free heels as you become accustomed to the extra height between the foot and the floor and do not slip out of the shoe.
Practice near your home with flat surfaces, then slopes and eventually various textures on surfaces such as linseed oil, cement, asphalt and even grass. This not only gives you more experience, but it also helps you build the ankle muscles needed to run safely on platforms.
Take small steps and keep your feet close. Move slowly, taking care of the surface you walk on and the impediments such as the sidewalks.
First, touch the ground with your heel and roll the weight forward and then your toe as you move forward with the opposite foot.
Keep a good posture by bringing your chest up and your shoulders back, especially when standing on high heels. This makes you look more confident and helps to balance the change in body weight.