Following blind assumptions that aren't based in physiological reality can hamper recovery and lead to injury or burnout.
A group of Canadian diehards are making the case for it.
He covered the 160K distance with three pairs of slim rubber flip-flops.
There's more to keep in mind than just what your feet are doing.
Are you making one of the following mechanical mistakes?
New studies are casting doubt on the trend.
Christopher McDougall’s “Born to Run” hit bookstore shelves four years ago this week, and, quite frankly, the impact on the running
Preparation and patience are key to avoiding injury.
One Oakland, California resident is happy about her decision to go shoeless.
Assess your form and take an honest look at the flaws making a negative impact on your stride.