By Pete Magill | December 18, 2014
Do you have a balance problem?
By Matt Fitzgerald | August 22, 2014
There’s no disputing the fact that the injury rate in running is very high. But is footwear really to blame?
By Matt Fitzgerald | July 21, 2014
Becoming a more efficient runner is key if you want to keep advancing in the sport.
By Nate Helming | May 13, 2014
Don't try to do too much, too soon when switching over to minimalist or barefoot running.
By Emily Polachek | May 5, 2014
Barefoot runners are few but growing in numbers, and one of them has a lot to say about the peculiar style of running.
By Matt Fitzgerald | April 4, 2014
Research by Stephen McGregor, PhD, is showing that the worst way to improve your running stride is to consciously try. Until a few years
By Mario Fraioli | March 18, 2014
There is no ideal type of shoe for everyone. Thank heavens, then, for options--including that of going barefoot.
By Brian Metzler | March 5, 2014
Various studies support the pros and cons of each style -- so which is correct?
By Tom Michaud, D.C. | February 24, 2014
Research says it might not be as dangerous as we've been made to think.
By Thomas C. Michaud, D.C. | January 23, 2014
There is evidence that debunks the popular running theory, writes Thomas C. Michaud.
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