May
07
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by Barefoot TJ at 9:55 PM
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For senior citizen athletes, coronavirus shutdown takes away time they don't have to spare | Bob Ford
By The Philadelphia Inquirer

For senior citizen athletes, coronavirus shutdown takes away time they don't have to spare | Bob Ford
The Philadelphia Inquirer
It wasn't really a race against the clock, except, of course, the four runners ... “Actually, running hurdles barefoot feels great, and I'll probably do it in ...
May
05
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by Hannu Mieskolainen at 1:01 PM
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2020 IBRD Finland

Hey guys!
In Finland we had barefoot running day at 3. of May.

We organized a remote running event ("home running"), where each participant submitted a photo.
There are some pictures...
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May
05
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by BareFootBC at 11:41 AM
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Big Toe versus Big Root
By BareFootBC

The Root wins pretty much every time.

It’s kinda comical (in a masochistic way)- cruising down a winding trail, leaping and bounding as required, a bit of mud here, some grass there, a section of hard pack, maybe some water crossings. Sorta in the zone, feeling at peace and connected with nature, maybe a few deer have been startled (much inspiration when they elegantly leap off into the bush), the elk lift their heads from grazing to stare at you as you ‘glide’ by, squirrels read you the riot act when you encroach on their terrain, all kinds of birds take wing when you approach...yeah, this is harmony.

Then Big Root crosses your path. Maybe you’re so in the zone that you’re not paying as much attention as you could. Maybe you’ve been blinded by the sun. Or maybe Big Root just kinda springs up at the last second. Whatever the cause...BANG!!! That sudden jarring...