Barefoot Running News: Running Up the Empire State Building, Running for Greenhorns, and Running Anywhere, Anytime

Hey barefoot enthusiasts! We have the latest scoop on barefoot running as well as some fascinating stories from first-time barefoot runners. Enjoy and stay naturally healthy!

Man Starts His Barefoot Running Career On Empire State Building!

Ryan Matherne is a greenhorn when it comes to running barefoot. In fact, his doctors have told him that he should stop running since he has been experiencing pain and stress fractures. His knees could not take the pounding, according to the doctor. However, his therapist gave him a different advice which he eventually puts to the test.

Since his therapist suggested running barefoot instead, Matherne joined the 34th Annual Empire State Building Run Up. He is planning to tackle the entire flight up with barefoot running. To read more on how Matherne did not give up, read Man Running Barefoot Up Empire State Building!

Barefoot Running Greenhorn? Read On!

You might have heard of the benefits of barefoot running as well as the unending debate circulating around it. However, how much do you really know about the techniques and approaches needed to really reap the benefits? Well, if you are wanting to become a barefoot runner, you do not have to grope in the dark!

Merrell, one of the leading advocates of barefoot running launched its microsite with the goal of being the great resource on how to go barefoot running. And, its launch just comes in time for the new line of barefoot shoes! Visit and Barefoot Running Gets an Education!

Know How To Run Barefoot Anywhere, Anytime!

If you are thinking of trying out barefoot running, it is natural that you would want to know where you can actually run and on what type of terrain you are able to do so. Well, according to Jason Robillard, you can run anywhere as long as you know how to tackle each scenario!

Read Baring Your Soles: Tackle Any Terrain Without Shoes to find out more about how you can improve your barefoot encounters with any terrain. After all, what would running be without adventure, right?

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