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Women's Running Shed their Shoes

June 20, 2012 by Jamie Page

Women's Running Shed their Shoes

"Never before have I seen it as a particular 'skill'. As Lee pointed out, you wouldn't think just because you bought the tennis racket that Nadal uses, you can then go and play world-class tennis!" – Pippa Heath Caroline Sandry and Pippa Heath from Women's Running took a trip to the VIVOBAREFOOT Experience in Covent Garden, London, for a barefoot running session with Barefoot Running Expert Lee Saxby . Christina McDonald interviewed Caroline and Pippa about their barefoot running lession. Here's a few extracts from Caroline's experience the article: How did the session change your view of barefoot running? The way... Read More

  Barefoot Running Lessons,  Caroline Sandry,  Christina Mcdonald,  Learn How To Run Barefoot,  Lee Saxby,  Pippa Heath,  Vivobarefoot Experience,  Women's Running Magazine

Barefoot Running: Should You?

April 23, 2012 by Jamie Page

Barefoot Running: Should You?

…or shouldn't you? In May 2012's Women's Running Magazine Clara Tait poses the for and against arguments surrounding barefoot running. Barefoot Running Expert Lee Saxby was in on the debate and added these points: "'Support' trainers do more harm than good, because they aim to do the job of the foot instead of letting the foot do its job." "Cushioning and arch supports are not necessary.…rather, they are potentially dangerous. They weaken the feet." In the against camp, Simon Bartold, padded shoe advocate (and employee) and confused podiatrist argued that supervised barefoot training sessions once or twice a week can help develop... Read More

  Barefeet Shoes,  Barefoot Debate,  Barefoot Running Debate,  Barefoot Shoes,  Ultra,  Women's Running Magazine

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