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Barefoot Running: The FAQ’s

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Shaun Daws from Beginning Barefoot. For millions of years, our ancestors spread around the globe, treading the earth barefoot over all manner of terrain. As we walked and ran, our feet developed an intricate web of nerves, matched only by those in our hands, which allow us [...] Related posts: Beginner’s Guide to Long Distance Running 30 Days to a
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Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Art of Manliness

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