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Pues si amigos así de impactante suena el nombre, y así de impactante ha sido el reto que he realizado en el Concejo de Corvera (en el Principado de Asturias), se que estabais impacientes por leer este post , y la verdad espero no defraudaros con el ya que he publicado varios en distintos sitios, y todos se parecen un poco.
El reto consistía en estar corriendo durante 48 horas en un circuito ovalado de 770 metros, el circuito era de arena y gran parte del mismo había bastante desnivel, tanto positivo como negativo.
La razón del mismo, recaudar fondos para la...
Lawsuit Against Vibram Survives Motion to Dismiss
DeFalco v. Vibram
By Bob Neinast, a.k.a., Ahcuah
We’ve been following the lawsuits against Vibrams for making unsubstantiated claims (including claims about the benefits of barefoot running). There was a pending motion to dismiss before the court, and that motion was denied on Wednesday.
So, here’s what’s going on.
First, a bit of a recap. The first suit was Bezdek v. Vibram, in the District Court of Massachusetts. I wrote a bit about it here, in...
I was really quite nervous about this race for several reasons. The biggest reason was simply because although I had planned several practice runs for this event, I had not actually run anything more than 1.5 miles or so. Heck, I can't even think of the last time I've even attempted to run anything more than a mile or two, even shod! Another reason I was nervous was because Tennessee weather can be so unpredictable and I was very unfamiliar with the course. To help with my nerves, I decided to make myself a tutu to keep my mind on other things.
(I think it turned out pretty well)
I also decided that if I was going to run barefoot, I might as well make my toes look good. I decided on a bright pink with...