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SCOTT DOUGLAS is the editor of Runner's World Newswire and the author or coauthor or five other running books. A runner since 1979, Douglas lives in South Portland, Maine.
It can be good and it can have benefits, but you must relearn to run.
And he explains specific drills and exercises to strengthen your body, paving the way for better running whether barefoot/minimalist or in traditional trainers.
I think what made this successful for me was listening to my body and incorporating cross training and strength training into my daily workouts.
A good "foil" to "Born to Run", balancing the wonderful exuberance of that work with a more objective and practical perspective.Published 13 months ago by Ross Anderson
Very informative, effectively counterbalanced the barefoot ferver that reading born to run gives you. Now I want to transition with common sense.Published 15 months ago by Troy
I found this book very helpful as I considered a transition to minimalism. The author runs in minimalist shoes (and barefoot, from what I could gather from the text), but he... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ruth
very interesting I started running with less shoe; let see what happens after running long distances if this will work for mePublished 18 months ago by Carlos