Tag Archives: Ergonomics

6 Weeks to Barefoot Running – Part 6: Free Fall

Written by Barefoot Dawsy << Back to Part 5: Posture or Start From The Top This is it. If you’ve been following along, then you’re in the last week of training before you get to leave the nest and fly … Continue reading

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Review: Invisible Shoes Huaraches – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

This review has been a long time in coming. I first spoke to Steven Sashen at Invisible Shoe way back in November, and was so intrigued with the paradoxical high-tech sandals (or huaraches – pronounced ‘wa-ra-chays’) that he was making … Continue reading

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6 Weeks to Barefoot Running – Part 4: Cadence

Written by Barefoot Dawsy <<Back to Part 3: Lifting Your Feet or Start From The Top 4 weeks have passed since our first barefoot running session, and you should be starting to feel just a little bit like a barefoot … Continue reading

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6 Weeks to Barefoot Running – Part 3: Lifting your feet

Written by Barefoot Dawsy << Back to Part 2: Movement or Start from the Top First off, congratulations on making it this far. Transitioning to barefoot running is a real challenge as it works new muscles (or old muslces that … Continue reading

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6 Weeks to Barefoot Running – Part 2: Movement

Written by Barefoot Dawsy << Back to Part 1: Baring Your Soles Last week we focused on increasing foot strength and learning how to land softly on our forefeet. Most of the week, however was spent standing in one spot, … Continue reading

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6 Weeks to Barefoot Running – Part 1: Baring Your Soles

Written by Barefoot Dawsy Taking your shoes off is the natural first step in learning how to run barefoot. It’s what you do in these next few weeks though that may mean the difference between a smooth transition and aching … Continue reading

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