by joohneschuh at 4:28 PM
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BRS Deutschland Barefoot Team Raced Munich 24 Hours
By joohneschuh

[note: A translation in English is in a post after this article by Chelsea, so be sure to check that out too. FUN!]

Fast das komplette Team nach dem Rennen

Zusammenschnitt von jesko, das Beste vom Besten vom besten Filmer der BRS Deutschland!

„Freistart beim 24-Stunden-Lauf in München möglich!“,

schrieb Barefoot Mecki auf Facebook und in der Barefoot Runners Society und brachte so den...
by Barefoot TJ at 3:38 PM
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Barefoot Running groups in Japan growing rapidly!
By Yoshi

This is Barefoot Yoshi. Sorry I haven't really posted anything for Japan chapter. There are a lot going on here for barefoot community in Japan.

Now we have 3 barefoot running clubs, Tokyo, Osaka, and Fukuoka.

Tokyo has about 120 members, and now we started training with another regular running club who wants to try barefoot. So we get about 50-60 people every time. We train every Monday starting 7pm mainly at Oda Track & Field or sometime at Yoyogi Park near Harajuku station.

There is a trail event on July 1st. I just name is Barefoot party. Anyone is welcome. We run beautiful Tokyo trail (there are some beautiful trails just outside of Tokyo city). About 12-20km depending on your level. Then head to Hot spring then...
by Barefoot TJ at 9:53 PM
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Cracking Achy Knee Pain or Chondromalacia Patella –
Treatment and Prevention Tips from The Barefoot Running Doctor
By Dr. James Stoxen DC

Knee Pain
Cracking Achy Knees or Chondromalacia Patella
Tips to treatment and prevention from Dr James Stoxen DC “The Barefoot Running Doctor.” To view this discussion on Linkedin, Click Here
by Barefoot TJ at 1:57 PM
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Barefoot Run Through History
By Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

A post-race friendly warm down with Ethiopian runners Kumsa (white T-shirt) and Gurmessa, who won the Annual Run Through History 10K.


One of my favorite places to run is Antietam National Battlefield Park, which is the site of the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. Over 20,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after twelve hours of fierce combat on September 17, 1862. The Battle of Antietam ended the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia’s first invasion into the North and led to Abraham Lincoln’s issuance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.

The Battlefield Park is only a few miles from my...