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Title: Run Barefoot Run Healthy: Less Pain More Gain For Runners Over 30
ASIN: 0983035407

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Description: Barefoot running is the hottest trend in athletics today, spurred by the bestselling Born to Run, and the subsequent popularity of Vibram Five Fingers toe shoes. Should you do it? And how do you start?

With a focus on injury prevention for middle-of-the pack runners, this easy to read “why and how of barefoot running” opens with the author’s own transformation from barefoot skeptic to barefoot marathoner, and draws from 100 years of scientific research on barefooting, as well as interviews with podiatrists and with barefoot running moms and dads across America.

Are a woman’s bare feet rough … or are they prettier, free of bunions and hammer toes? (Hear from women who have made the switch.) Does shoe cushioning prevent knee and back pain … or cause it? (Read the true tales, and the research.) Are bare feet unhygienic … or cleaner? The answers may surprise you.

If you run with pain, or if fear of injury keeps you biking or swimming when you’d really rather be running: this book is for you.

Run Barefoot Run Healthy: Less Pain More Gain For Runners Over 30
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Category: Musculoskeletal Diseases
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Rating : 4.9
Rating: 49
Review: Wow!
I was skeptical when I recieved this book that I would find anything other than someone pushing a new “craze”. Boy was I wrong. I loved this book. I loved the Q&A style of writing. I loved that the author brings in lots of other sources of reference and “testimonials” from other barefoot runners. Barefoot running is a hard concept to wrap your head around and I’m the first to admit that even after reading, I’m still a little “scared” to lose my shoes. But Ashish makes such a strong case for it – that it’s making me think I’m crazy NOT to try it. Even if you are skeptical and don’t think you will EVER consider running barefoot, I would recommend buying this book. I think it’s a must-read for ANY runner at any age.