Feb
11
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Barefoot Is Legal 6th Annual Barefoot Challenge

The 6th Annual Barefoot Challenge from Barefoot is Legal will be held April 2-3, 2022. Help us end the social stigma of going barefoot by going to ANY business barefoot (no socks, tights, or flip flops). Take a selfie from head to bare foot and use hashtag #IDiditBarefootChallenge.

See the full press release from founder Dave Kelman on EIN Press Wire.

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Email:
Info@BarefootIsLegal.org
https://barefootislegal.org/barefoot-is-legal-kicks-up-the-6th-annual-barefoot-challenge/
https://barefootislegal.org/
Toll-free:
844-522-7882

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Feb
06
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Please share your barefoot snow run pictures here!

A BRS Facebook poster shared with us this idea.


JG's 10 km Snow Run * Full sun * 5o Celsius * No pain * Very happy!​

Jan
28
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Continue despite adversity: young athlete ran a marathon, her shoe broke, she reached the end barefoot and ended up winning

By People News Chronicle


The young athlete received all the applause for her courage and her commitment to reaching the finish line. She also managed to win first place in her category.

To continue reading, please visit: https://peoplenewschronicle.com/con...eached-the-end-barefoot-and-ended-up-winning/...
Jan
27
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Filipino’s HK4TUC spot caps journey from ‘fatty belly, chain-smoker, and hard drinker’ to ultra running addict
By SMCP

Rowell Campos will use “patience, patience and tons of patience” to outlast the inevitable low moments, as he runs one of the most gruelling ultra marathons on Earth wearing sandals.

The Hong Kong-based Filipino will tackle the 298km Hong Kong Four Trails Ultra Challenge (HK4TUC) over Lunar New Year.

“We cannot control the waves, but we can always learn how to ride them – this is how I will survive,” he said. “Sometimes I talk to the uphills, downhills, stairs and trails. I say ‘make it longer, give me what you got, make those climbs more difficult for me’. It’s somehow reverse psychology for me, some kind of strategic self expression.”

The HK4TUC links all four of Hong Kong’s major trails. Participants run the MacLehose, Wilson, Hong Kong and Lantau Trails in reverse. There are...