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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Barefoot Rocks



Just wanted to make it perfectly clear that even though I am wearing Tarahumara huarache sandals these days, I am still able to barefoot in extreme situations. It is all about being light on your feet and focused.

As a matter of fact, until you are able to barefoot on hardcore trails, you will not have mastered the technique required to run in low profile, minimal shoes or sandals off-road, in my humble opinion.

BFT

PS. There is some sound at the very end of the video...for effect.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Vision 360 Wholistic Organizational Consulting said...

Ted,

Tried out trail running for the first time. All was great and loving it. After the run I noticed a slab of flesh on the underside of my little toe had been torn loose. I did not feel it as my feet were a bit numb after forging a river. I suspect it happened on the down hill portion of my run. Any tips for running barefoot downhill?

MNC

Saturday, March 24, 2007

 
Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

One simple rule when running downhill:

Don't kick anything.

BFT

Saturday, March 24, 2007

 

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