In my previous post I described my experience of undergoing a VO2max test at the University of New Hampshire. One of the students conducting the study just sent me a photo from during the test (see below) – I get to run a 5K on an indoor track with that get-up on this coming week! […]
My 6 year-old son and I spent part of the afternoon today running barefoot laps up and down the driveway in front of a camera. I was trying to get some higher quality stills of my barefoot foostrike by using the motion triggering feature on the Casio EX-F1, and he decided he wanted to join […]
I’ve gotten a lot of questions lately about how well the Vibram Fivefingers handle in the cold winter weather. I’ll have much more to say about this in an upcoming videocast, but for now, the pictures below ought to answer that question well enough – sub-10 degree temperatures = no problem for my KSO’s!
I ran the Hartford Marathon this morning, and after finishing had a chance to watch some of the runners come in between 4:00 and 5:00 hours. For all of you barefoot and minimalist runners out there, here’s some inspiration from a few intrepid runners who completed the race either barefoot or in Vibram Fivefingers (all […]
Whenever I read run reports from other runners on sites like Dailymile or Twitter, I always try to picture what the area they run in looks like. With that in mind, I decided to let everyone in on what it’s like to run in Concord, NH with a dog named Jack. All of these photos […]
This past weekend I traveled to Ocean Park, Maine on a camping trip with the family. It’s a beautiful spot on the Maine coast, and I decided to go on a run along some of the ocean-side roads in town – below are some pictures I took along the way (you can watch a slideshow […]