My interview with Dave Asprey on The Human Upgrade Podcast is now live. You’ll love the show! Listen here: Here’s the podcast episode link: https://daveasprey.com/vivobarefoot-907/ SOCIAL: Follow @runningfrominjury on all platforms!
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The Urban Runner with an Evolutionary Legacy
On a 6-month sabbatical in beautiful New Zealand (2017) with Professor Grant Schofield, I set out to perform a review of studies aimed at identifying the most common running injuries. Around the same time, I observed kiwi boys running barefoot on a tartan track. We designed a study to better understand the barefoot activity ofContinue reading “The Urban Runner with an Evolutionary Legacy”
HEAD-SPACE: The Difference between Running for Exercise or Training for Performance?
Low fuel availability to our working muscles during running causes us to slow down. A lesser mentioned fuel reserve is the one we have in our brain; when our brain reserves are depleted, it can also compromise our performance. The part of your brain that has a limited fuel reserve is also the part youContinue reading “HEAD-SPACE: The Difference between Running for Exercise or Training for Performance?”