The Complete Book of Barefoot Running

The Complete Book of Barefoot Running : Learn the Scientifically Proven Technique for Improving Your Stride and Reducing Injuries

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Barefoot running has garnered lots of attention due to the mega-bestseller Born to Run while products like the Vibram FiveFinger Shoes have tripled in slaes and top athletic complanies like Nike and Adidas are declaring barefoot running the next best thing. The Complete Book of Barefoot Running explains the pros and cons of barefoot running., explores the science supporting it, and debunks myths surrounding it. Readers learn the proper techniques for running barefoot and incorporating the practice into their running regimen for a better stride, longer endurance, and fewer injuries. Written by noted barefoot runner and instructor Ken Bob Saxton and running journalist Roy Wallack, The Complete Book of Barefoot Running is the most comprehensive book on the hottest athletic trend.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 202 x 254 x 14mm | 519.99g
  • Rockport, United States
  • English
  • 75 colour illustrations
  • 1592334652
  • 9781592334650
  • 54,498

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About Roy M. Wallack

Roy M. Wallack is a Los Angeles Times health and fitness columnist and former editor of Triatlete and Bicycle Guide magazines. Ken Bob Saxton is the leading instructor and proponent of barefoot running. Featured in Runner's World, the New York Times and the bestseller, Born to Run he has trained thousands of people across the country.

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