Barefoot Runners Society
Buntekuh 5.3km Fun Run
I was nervous leaving work late - would I make it in time for the race or not? I had all my stuff with me: not having to carry running shoes really makes packing for events much easier. Still, I was jittery and keept checking my watch every time the train got delayed.
My new Invisible Shoes were making the soles of my feet sweat, which I noticed was softening the plantar skin - not good. I took them off on the train and hoped the walk to the race would dry them out in time.
On arrival, the kid's 1.9km race was getting ready to start. I had 30 minutes to the gun. I got changed and warmed up.
The Sock Doc Training Principles: Become a Strong, Fast, Efficient, Injury-Free Athlete
By Stephen "Sock Doc" Gangemi
This is Sock Doc’s Mega-Post on Training Principles. It’s divided up into 5 parts, all relating to each other at various levels. I hope you enjoy them and learn a thing or two. Please post any comments or questions here on this post, as the articles themselves do not allow for comments.
Sock Doc Training Part I: Aerobic Activity Is the Foundation to Your Health AND Fitness
- What exactly is “cardio” exercise?
- Aerobic activity will benefit everybody – it is NOT “chronic cardio”
- Understand the difference between aerobic and anaerobic and their...
Dr. Stoxen, why do you run barefoot and strive for your patients to run barefoot?
By Dr. James Stoxen, DC
Dr. Stoxen, How Did You Discover the Human Spring Model and Why Do You Run Barefoot?
When I first opened my practice, I wanted to be able to heal people and, at the same time, train sports champions.
I went on a personal and professional mission not to only build a complete knowledge of the human body – the way we move and why – but to uncover the secrets of elite...
Canton, Ohio Marathon
By fredvp71, Now.k.a., "Barefoot Fred"
Hello BRS! Just a quick race report on a barefoot marathon (my first) I completed on Sunday, June 17 in Canton, Ohio. I will keep it brief, but feel free to comment or message me for more details if wanted.
Some people on this site are amazing runners and complete barefoot marathons 6 months after first starting. I have had a much slower process - my first year, I ran a 5K barefoot (and was badly injured from running in freezing temperatures). The second year, I was happy to finish a 10K. Last year, wait for it, a half marathon, and this year a full marathon!
This marathon was the first in Canton but was attended...
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