You think you have five senses. I’m not even going to list them, because I can’t remember what the hell they are. But maybe you have a sixth sense, and I don’t mean ESP, that if you don’t master and develop and practice, could really impact your life in a very, very negative way.
When you get older you get slower, or do you? From the age of 45 Keith Bateman’s running times improved dramatically, culminating in a host of State, National and World age-group records. The records that he set in the 55-age-group were faster than the records he set in the 45-age-group!
You’ve got questions. I’ve got answers. On today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast, I am answering questions about barefoot running and going barefoot in public. If you have questions that you want me to A, then you can drop them to me by E-mail. and when I do the next Q&A, maybe I’ll have your Q for my answer.
You know, Vibram, the guys who made the FiveFinger shoes, there was a lawsuit against them because it showed that what they do is not good for you, that you get hurt wearing their shoes, right? Maybe not. You know there’s studies that show that if you run barefoot, you’re going to get injured, right? Not so much. Let’s take a look at that in today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement, the podcast.
If you’re a runner or a walker or a hiker, or even just someone who stands up all day and you got foot pain, or ankle pain, or knee pain, or hip pain, or back pain. Clearly you need some padding and cushioning to just alleviate all that stress, right? Nope, and I will tell you why that illusion is so popular now and what’s actually true in this episode of The MOVEMENT Movement.
You may have heard about minimalist shoes or barefoot shoes. Do you want them? Which ones do you get, which are good, which are bad, which aren’t even what they say they are? That’s what we’re going to find out in today’s podcast.
CLEARLY, if you’re going to run in bare feet, you need thick, calloused feet… right? Well… watch and find out. […]Read more
You go to a shoe store, you find someone who looks like they know what they’re doing, you ask them for advice on the shoe that you should be wearing, and they will do some sort of evaluation and give you a recommendation. Should you trust it?