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Barefoot Running Step by Step - Barefoot Ken Bob, the Guru of Shoeless Running, Shares His Personal Technique for Running with More Speed, Less Impact, Fewer Leg Inguries, and More Fun

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Barefoot Running Step by Step - Barefoot Ken Bob, the Guru of Shoeless Running, Shares His Personal Technique for Running with More Speed, Less Impact, Fewer Leg Inguries, and More Fun

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Barefoot Ken Bob is The Master. Long before anyone else was even talking about barefoot running, he was perfecting the art . . . Now, after twenty years of teaching, experimenting, and merry marathoning (as he calls it), the first and best source of barefoot-running knowledge is bringing his ideas to print. And its about time. Christopher McDougall, author of Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes, and The Greatest Race the World Has Never SeenKen Bob Saxton, a pioneer of the modern barefoot running movement, has logged more miles in his birthday shoes than just about anyone I know, and he has helped countless people run barefoot. As one would expect, this delightful book, full of wit and wisdom, is an invaluable guide for anyone who wants to run barefoot, avoid injury, and have fun. Daniel E. Lieberman, professor of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard UniversityThis is a wonderful guide from the Godfather of barefoot running! Irene Davis, Ph.D., director of Spaulding National Running Center, Harvard Medical SchoolLearn Barefoot Running From the Master!Almost overnight, barefoot running has exploded onto the fitness scene. However, it involves more than simply taking off your shoes. In fact, everything youve learned about barefoot running is probably wrongunless youve learned it from Barefoot Ken Bob Saxton. The leading instructor and proponent of unshod running, he has completed 76 marathons barefoot, survived an astounding marathon-a-month challenge in 2004, and gone on to top that with 16 marathons in 2006, including four in a 15-day periodall barefoot.Barefoot Running Step by Step separates the facts from the hype, outlines Ken Bobs personal techniques, and details the latest research on the newest trend in mankinds oldest sport. Whether you barefoot run occasionally, part-time, or full-time, youll find methods for improving your form, staying injury-free, dramatically improving your speed and performance, and having more fun.The Bent Knee: Here is the hidden secret to perfect running form. Learn how this crucial adjustment will keep you running stronger and injury-free for life.Vibrams and Minimalist Shoes: Barefoot running is not a transition from shoes to minimalist shoes to bare feet. Its the other way around. Discover why you need to run barefoot before you use other footwear.Start From the Head: Proper barefoot form doesnt start at the feet. Discover how to get the correct body biomechanics.Ease Into It: Here are the steps you need to take to make the transition from running in shoes to barefoot running as painless and easy as possible.Improve Speed: Barefoot runnings injury reduction benefits are well-touted; however a new landmark study proves that barefootingeven part-timecan make you faster.Barefoot Running Step by Step is filled with series photos and illustrations that show you the dos and donts of barefoot running, the latest research, and Ken Bob Saxtons personal experiences and insights for running barefoot for life.

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