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Join EBFA and MOVEFit for the first-ever Barefoot Training Summit! This conference is dedicated to advancing the concept of barefoot training, footwear science and surface science to fitness | performance | rehab. Learn more at www.barefoottrainingsummit.com May 2015 - USA June 2015 - Spain
In the experiential part of the Summit, Milind Soman, who was planning to run his first full marathon barefoot at Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon the following day narrated his personal story of how he transitioned to barefoot runner. He started with how he ran with shoes, the philosophy that drove him to go minimals with Vibrams and ultimately ended up running barefoot. His personal narrative was compelling and he differentiated between various aspects of running and foot strike that showed he was a very knowledgeable and intellectual intensive about his running. He of-course touched upon the aspect that barefoot running may not be for everyone and one should transition slowly and those who are used to running with particular shoes should continue since the body has adapted to that ...
In this video, we talk with Dr.Emily Splichal, DPM, MS, CES. Dr. Emily tells us about the upcoming, first ever Barefoot Training Summit! There will be two locations for the summit in 2015: March 13 - 15, 2015 - Gurgaon, India May 15 – 17, 2015 - Denver, Colorado, USA For anyone interested in barefoot training or barefoot running, these summits are going to be amazing and presenters will include some of the top people in the human movement industry. In addition to Dr.Emily, presenters include Dan Edwardes (London, U.K.), Stacy Lei Krauss (Colorado, USA), David Martinez Valencia (Spain), Kevin C. Moore (Hong Kong), & Dr. Perry Nickelston (New Jersey, USA). For more information, visit: http://www.barefoottrainingsummit.com and http://www.facebook.com/barefoottrainingsummit Also visit the E...
Ross Tucker of The Science of Sport and five other barefoot climbers reach the highest point in Africa without shoes. This short video shows the moment that the team (accompanied by 4 support crew wearing shoes) arrive at Uhuru Peak, 5,895m. Ross is wearing the grey beanie and walking away from camera at the start
Join Dr Evan Osar of Fitness Education Seminars at the 2nd Annual Barefoot Training Summit happening in Mumbai, INDIA on 5 - 6, March! Learn about the integrated function between the foot & core - as well as the hand & shoulder! Learn more at www.barefoottrainingsummit.com
http://www.thehealthgladiator.com http://www.facebook.com/thehealthgladiator Twitter: @HealthGladiator This is a video that complements a post from http://www.thehealthgladiator.com about the benefits of walking and being barefoot to heal flat feet! Check out the blog for more! The Health Gladiator is about holistic health with a no-nonsense natural approach and a scientific back-up that challenges the mainstream thoughts about nutrition and fitness.
At 4,399 metres (14,433 feet) Mount Elbert is Colorado's highest mountain and the second highest in the continental United States! Garrett and I met Matt Cardell as he was making his way up the northeast ridge from the Half Moon Creek and the Mount Elbert trailhead (8 kilometre / 5 miles). It took Matt about 7 hours to reach the summit where I recorded another video that you can see on my channel as well. Congratulations Matt! Here's my personal webpage about going barefoot: http://rogerwendell.com/barefoot.html Here's my page about climbing 14ers: http://www.rogerwendell.com/14ers.html Here's my page about hiking: http://www.rogerwendell.com/hiking.html Here's the Society for Barefoot Living: http://www.barefooters.org/ 08-16-2016
We started in the darkness and the cold (!!!) at School Hut and worked our way up the last section of Mt. Kilimanjaro, enjoying the beautiful transition from night to dawn to sunrise. Unfortunately, the battery on my Contour camera died before Gilman's Point and long before Uhuru Peak, but we all made it to the top!
Barefoot Running author, coach and RunBare co-founder Michael Sandler running above 12,000 feet on Trail Ridge Rocky through Rocky Mountain National Park. The ground temperature is just above freezing, with occasional snow blowing across the road. The road traditionally closes by mid-october due to heavy snowfall and stays closed until late spring. Photography by Jessica Lee, co-author of Barefoot Running (www.BarefootRunningBook.com). See more videos and find out more about barefoot running at our RunBare facebook fanpage.
Sometimes saying yes to a crazy idea can take you down a road you never dreamt of traveling and can answer some questions you hadn't ever asked. 6 friends set out to summit the highest mountain in Africa, the highest free standing mountain in the world, entirely Barefoot. Before the departure they must come to terms with the science of walking through harsh terrain in sub-zero conditions and at high altitude in a bid to make it to the summit. Their adventure may not have changed the world, but it certainly changed the way they see theirs. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
This is very close to the summit of the mountain...and yes, i dig making fun of tourists.
We recently climbed Mt Beerwah and had one of our best friends, and our brother come along for the adventure! We thought we were just gearing up for an easy bushwalk with some nice coastal views but boy oh boy were we in for a surprise. This was definitely a bucket list item and we have zero intention of heading back anytime soon. We hope you enjoy this as much as we do! For more information on the hike: https://www.aussiebushwalking.com/qld/mount-beerwah-summit Follow us on social media: Instagram: @adventuresoflvhandcgeorge Snapchat: lorivanhoof & chic_97