I’ve officially begun my next training cycle. My goal race- Mind the Ducks 12 Hour in Rochester, NY on May 15th. Training for this race will require something I have historically avoided- lots of miles on flat, smooth ground. I love trails… so much so, it’s all I’ve done this winter. For whatever reason, I decided to go for a long run earl Sunday morning. I woke up at 3:30 and was out the door by about 4:00.
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Congratulations Anzura and Denis Rosiere for being randomly picked as winners of “The Barefoot Running Guide” ebook! You two were chosen from the 90 followers of this blog. I sent both of you a message. just respond and I’ll send the pdf file back to you.
Congratulations to Andrew Roberts, Robin Robinson, and Doug Lovall for winning a copy of the ebook for being a fan of Barefoot Running University on Facebook!
Win a copy of my ebook “The Barefoot Running Guide!” This Saturday, I will randomly choose one “follower” from the current list of followers found in the right margin of this blog. If you are already a follower, you’re automatically entered! If you are not a follower, simply click on the “follow” button:
If you are not already a member, you will have to join Google’s “Friend Connect.” The winner will be announced by Saturday […]
New Balance recently posted an article regarding barefoot running, which I commented about here. They added this comment to the article:
Jason (and Trock [another commenter]): Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts. It wasn’t our intention to belittle or distort the needs of barefoot runners—apologies if that’s how it came off to you in the article. In addition to the MT100, there are some recommendations above for current low-support models we recommend, but we hear you […]
I have to preface any shoe review with this disclaimer: I’m a barefoot runner. I only use shoes in extreme temperatures, extremely rugged terrain, or when running indoors at an establishment that disallows barefoot running (like my local YMCA.) I do wear shoes at work (I’m a high school teacher), during the winter, and when frequenting most businesses. As such, I am always searching for shoes that allow me to run in extreme conditions and wear casually.
The Boston Barefoot Runners will be hosting two workshops in the metro Boston area in the near future. Here are the details:
Want to learn how to run barefoot safely and gently? Here’s your chance.The Metro Boston Barefoot Runners—who have been running barefoot on area roads for over 13 years (including more than 250 5Ks and 10Ks), and have been subjects in the ongoing running research of Dr. Dan Lieberman (featured in the bestselling “Born to Run”) — are hosting two […]
For those with their figurative ears to the tracks of the barefoot running scene, a new website as sprung up to “debunk” barefoot running. While the author or authors chose not to reveal their name OR register the site without anonymous cloaking, we do know the site was registered a few days ago. They immediately displayed a Road Runner Sports banner. While it would be presumptuous to make assumptions, I think it would be relatively safe to assume we know […]
Michael Sandler and Jessica Lee have updated and publicly launched their pre-order site for their book “Barefoot Running: How to Become Healthy, Fit, and Blissful by Getting in Touch with Nature.” Michael and Jessica founded runBARE, a barefoot running school based in Boulder, Colorado. While I have not read it, I would expect their book to be top-notch. I’ve followed Michael’s advice he gives on their forum, and he clearly understands all the major concepts of barefoot running […]