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Jan 05

Episode 70 Lara Rosenberger

Back in the saddle, I’m delighted to talk about barefoot running news, thoughts about Jason and Shelly Robillard and Ken Skier’s ideas for new barefoot runners.

I also share an interview with barefoot runner Lara Rosenberger, who gives great tips for cold weather running, balancing running with being a young grandmother, tips for new barefoot runners, different surfaces, preparing for a barefoot 50k and more!

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Barefoot Runner Lara Rosenberg

Barefoot Runner Lara Rosenberg

Links in this episode:
Ken Bob Saxon – the Godfather of the Barefoot Running Movement!
Biomechanist Katy Bowman
Dave Congalton, talk show host and Caity’s coach on 920 KVEC
Sexpressionists
The BRUCrew Manifesto on Barefoot Running University
Ken Skier’s Tips For Barefoot Runners in The New Year
Facebook – Barefoot Running Girl
Facebook – Lara Rosenberger
Twitter – @BFRunningGirl
Blog – www.bfrunninggirl.blogspot.com
Tribesports – Lara R
Daily Mile – Lara R

- Find Episode #70 on iTunes
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2 comments

  1. Ken Bob Saxton

    P.F. Be sure, in addition to other exercises and therapies, to relax, relax, relax, while running barefoot. There is no need to put excess stress on the foot or Achille’s tendons. Problem is most people think they need to tense the calves to land on the fore-foot first, when all is really necessary is to correct posture, and bend knees, and allow the foot to flexx (let the heel touch), let the knees, ankles and hips flex. These absorb the energy, and fortunately store it for release as our foot moves behind the body… but none of this works if we TRY to land on the fore-foot, or if we TRY to push off.

  2. Ken Bob Saxton

    The opposite… barefoot running has been around before me. I adapted the movement, so it’s godfather. If I was the grandfather, that would mean that my grandchildren were the first to go barefoot.

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