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Barefoot Running

Sunday, May 13, 2012

I've started running in vibram's fivefinger shoes. Very different feel. Unfortunately, I had to switch back to my Asics this morning... probably should have just stuck with the Vibrams. Oh well. I got the workout in. That's all that matters.

I have mentioned that I have a race in mind in a past blog, I believe. Well, I wrote out my schedule from the beginner program I found and am trying to adhere to it. Tomorrow is supposed to be a "twofer", but I have to go to the office and potentially stay late. I am going to get up and bike in the morning, but I may not have time to make it to the pool in the evening. I guess I could stop at the college on the way home and see if their pool is open. Its a fairly short swim workout so I should be able to squeeze it in.

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    VFFs never fit me. But for the last 2 years I've been wearing Invisible Shoes ( which are way more barefooty than the VFFs anyway. Definitely took me a bit of time to relearn how to move without slamming my heels in the ground or reaching out too far with my feet when I landed.

    But I'm thrilled that I took the time. I haven't had a running injury since I switched. And I used to have them all the time.
    1619 days ago
    Keep up the great work. I love your no excuses mentality!
    1620 days ago
    You are such a great role model...........

    I see you taking advantage of every opportunity that presents itself to you and the outcome is your health and over all happiness with YOU!!!
    1620 days ago
    You know you'll feel better for doing it:) emoticon
    1620 days ago
    I'm not a runner, but love my Fivefingers. It probably took me a good month to "relearn" how to walk!
    1621 days ago
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