by macdiver at 9:43 AM
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Add Your 2021 IBRD Reports Here!

Run Streak Day 133: 3.10 miles. 2021 miles 358.12

For IBRD virtual running, I did my normal 5 k and took it easy.

This run had pretty much everything. It started off cloudy with a slight cool breeze. Just before my turn around point it started to rain. The rain only lasted a minute or two then the clouds cleared and the sun came out during my return leg.

Garmin stats are 3.10 miles in 27:48 for an avg pace of 8:58. Splits were 9:15, 9:01, 8:40. Training effect was 3.0 with an average HR of 142.

Hope everyone else enjoyed there IBRD run as well.
by Barefoot TJ at 4:38 PM
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International Barefoot Running Day
Sunday, May 2

Learn more here:
by Barefoot TJ at 4:42 PM
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Looks like "YOUR CHOICE" XERO SHOES Giveaway Contests are a permanent thing! If you win, now you can choose the shoes you want! We can thank the owners of Xero Shoes for this decision. Isn't' that nice?!

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Be sure to check out this great video of Steven explaining why the health of our feet is so important and how traditional shoes can destroy your foot health, then spread the word to all those you know:

Do your feet feel better at the end of the day than they did at the beginning?

If not, it's because your shoes aren't letting your feet do what's NATURAL.

Your feet are made to bend, flex, move and FEEL the world. One-quarter of the bones and joints in your ENTIRE body are in your feet and ankles; you have more nerve endings in your soles than anywhere but your...
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by Barefoot TJ at 11:55 AM
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Virtual International Barefoot Running Day 2021!
By Bjorn Foten

The International Barefoot Running Day that we have come to know and love over its last ten editions has been cancelled. With Coronavirus still raging in many parts of the world and with countries everywhere in various stages of lockdown, bringing people together physically in celebration of barefoot running would not be helpful (or, in many cases, legal). But that doesn’t mean that barefoot running (or walking, hiking, climbing, whatever) stops. Connecting ourselves to the earth, to nature and to our primal selves is an incredibly important act, offering us immense physical and mental health benefits. With the world in turmoil and our overall wellbeing under unaccustomed stress, it’s never been more important to kick off our shoes and get out there (safely and responsibly).

So this year, International...