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#BarefootScience Inserts: The Difference Maker in #InjuryFreeRunning #Barefoot @ArchActivation

Amongst my Team Over The Top clientele, there is only one who runs full-on barefoot in almost all conditions. All of the others will do barefoot running drills as part of my training clinics to improve balance, foot cadence, locking in my Squat-Scoot technique of tight, light, compact, forward injury-free running BUT that is the extent of it. 754 more words

Barefoot Running

Holding Pattern

It’s not a crashing halt, so that’s good. I still run most days and that at least helps the mood some, although I’m a bit ticked off by a recent development. 566 more words

naked running

In the states everything happens. It feels like there is a much more diverse, crazy hippy, weird running scene than here in the UK. Here, running is often about performance, fitness or weight-loss. 349 more words

Thinking About Running

Week 1: Building Up

This is my first week of proper barefoot running with the majority of  my runs all totally barefoot. First run was on Monday around 1.5 miles and the second on Wednesday I managed to increase that to 2  miles. 220 more words


First Run in Hokas - A Terrible Review

I have a history of conducting really bad science when it comes to fixing myself. For starters, I’m balls awful at self-diagnosing, whether it’s writing or running or dadding or whatever… see, to fix a problem, you first have to know what the problem is, and I’m pretty bad at that. 1,672 more words


#AroundTheBay Race Heroes #InjuryFreeRunning #Barefoot

March 29, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. – the start of North American’s toughest 30 kilometre road race in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Around The Bay) – will live on as a most special day in the annals of Team Over The Top running performances. 862 more words

Barefoot Running

Ditching the shoes

I have always liked the idea of minimalist running but never really got  into the idea of  totally barefoot running, however recent experience with injury, plus reading Barefoot Ken Bob Saxton’s book, Barefoot Running Step By Step ( 349 more words