Barefoot Running Workshop 1: Myths, Sensations, Foot-strike

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    Barefoot Running Workshop 1: Myths, Sensations, Foot-strike (May 29, 2015)
    By Emilie Reas, Chapter President, San Diego, California


    Thanks to the awesome crew who attended my first Barefoot Running Workshop, lessons were learned and loads of barefoot fun was had! We dispelled myths, explored the pleasantness of soft pine needles and the not-so-pleasantness of hot, rough pavement, and most importantly, left with happy, dirty feet.

    As a recap for attendees or those interested in future workshops, below is an overview of the highlights from our first session. In this introductory meeting, we covered: 1) the facts and fiction of barefoot running, 2) the importance of sensory feedback and awareness, and 3) mechanics of the foot (don’t fret … we’re not foot-centric and will address mechanics above the foot in the next workshop).

    BAREFOOT RUNNING: FACT & FICTION

    MYTH 1. Barefoot running will cure my injuries.

    Fact: Injuries are often the result of training errors, such as overtraining or incorrect form. Taking off your shoes can’t compensate for these mistakes, but the increased awareness and sensations from being barefoot can help you better listen to your body and train smarter. To continue reading, please visit: http://emiliereas.com/2015/05/29/barefoot-running-workshop-1-fact-fiction-awareness-foot-strike/
     
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