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Read the book, and start enjoying your runs!
The Q&A format makes the book an easy read, and also a good reference, in case you want to quickly get information on a particular topic.
As a skeptic of barefoot running I approached Ashish's book very cautiously and prepared to be dismissive of the ideas in it.
This book in summary is good for beginners to get psyched up about running. That's what it is. Don't expect more. Read morePublished 5 months ago by lowks
Loved it . I like to run barefoot at the beach or grassy fields. Not brave enough for the sidewalks and streets.Published 6 months ago by Magical Dragon
I've been barefoot for ~3 yrs, and continue to read on the subject. There is a lot of great research out there, as well as some great guidelines for how newbie's can safely join... Read morePublished 6 months ago by John B
The Q and A format for this book can be very annoying, with answers that are often very surface-level. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Erin Wolf
Good reading for barefoot enthusiast. Some new angles but mostly already known if you read barefoot books earlier. Like the idea with intervju style.Published 14 months ago by peter
Good for beginners, nothing really deep (barefoot bob is more insightful). You can try if you want to do barefooting (it's worth a try!).Published 17 months ago by jabbur
Enlightening and refreshingly easy-to-read. I read it cover to cover in a day, and regularly consult back for tips and training. Read morePublished on August 26, 2012 by fiddler86
If you weren't convinced to run barefoot before, this book may convince you. How can barefoot running be the fad when it has been going on since life began while modern built-up... Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by Amazon Customer
After a few years of being enamored with barefoot running (but too chicken to actually do it) it took me sitting down with this book for 30 minutes before I finally bolted out the... Read morePublished on March 18, 2012 by vidsquid