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The barefoot running experiment

What happens when an ordinary runner decides to kick off his running shoes and explore the idea that running shoes are actually bad for runners?
You can read his progress from day one.

    •  How sore do your feet become?

    •  How bad do those blisters get?

    •  Can you really run — injury free — in shoes that cost less than your socks?

    •  And, can you really run completely barefoot on the road?

Read the introduction and then find out what happens on our barefoot running diary

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