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Comments (2)
  1. I think it’s time for you to present your sales pitch for recreational barefoot sprinting, and good resources to learn about it, books?, etc., since most of the barefoot resources seem to be geared to endurance running. I realize you do wear track shoes to compete, however.

    You said in another podcast that sprinting was NOT running as fast as you could, so I can’t call it sprinting officially. I like to run fast for a very short distance, walk, rest, then repeat. HIIT, I guess.

    If I may give a thank you here, I did your 7-day course on barefooting, and now I happily run softly on concrete. Do what feels good. Repeat. Do it a little longer. Repeat. Oh, and smile while you do it. And then save your Xeros to wear shopping so people ask about them.

    • Well, Sue, there aren’t many of us sprinters out there, barefoot or otherwise 😉

      I’m on my way to Munich right now (I’m in the airport even as I type) and I brought what looks like a great book about sprinting with me. I’ll review it once I’m done and, I expect, get the author to join me for an upcoming JTMM podcast.

      So glad to hear about your barefoot on concrete experience! Keep smiling and Live Life Feet First.

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