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David logged 156 miles.

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  1. I did a review of the Luna Sandals at my blog. They're a type of minimalist running huarache, like what the Tarahumara Indians run in from the book "Born to Run". This brand is desig... read more

  2. I’m happy to make available my new 5,000 word introductory guide to barefoot running, “Couch To Barefoot”! It’s geared towards people who haven’t tried barefoot running and answers the key question... read more

  3. Hi Marc! I've been doing more sprint training lately, it seems almost pointless to post them on DailyMile. I suppose I could add them as fitness workouts...

    • Marc

      Hey Dave,
      Daily mile has become my workout log book. Quick and easy. How often do you do the sprint workouts?

      about 8 years ago Like

    • David C.
      David C.

      A couple times a week. Prepping for a move across the country, so hopefully when I get settled I can ease into a nice routine again. It will be rough adapting to the altitude though!

      about 8 years ago Like

    • Marc

      You moving to CO? How exciting! A move ,although stressful, is adventure and is good for the soul.

      about 8 years ago Like

  4. Anybody have any special tips or gear they use for winter barefoot running? By gear I mean minimalist shoes or alternatives. I'd love to hear your ideas, it's getting cold out there! http... read more

  5. I did a review of InvisibleShoe huaraches here at my blog in case anybody is interested: ... read more

    • Jocelyn

      Nice article! I think I'm going to muck around with these next year when it warms up.

      about 8 years ago Like

  6. I figured out a way to use Nike+ pedometer/sportband with barefoot style running, huarches or vibram five fingers. I figured if anybody else used Nike+ it could be useful to know. ... read more

    • Jocelyn

      That is cool! It doesn't look hard or pricey, win-win.

      about 8 years ago Like

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    • David C.
      David C.

      Scott, did you do a lot of variable speed running like on rough trails? I would imagine that changing speed would make it tough to measure properly.

      about 8 years ago Like

    • Scott W.
      Scott W.

      In some cases, I was. For example, the one race I ran (which I was also using my newly purchased Garmin as well), there was over a mile and a half discrepancy. It was a 10k, but it was also a very hilly 10k. (Google 'Heart of the Hills', which is in Bloomfield Hills, MI. Fun race, can't wait to build up to it again.)

      In other cases, not so much. The routes I run from where I live are practically flat, making it easy to maintain a steady pace. Smaller discrepancies, but still unacceptable to me.

      about 8 years ago Like

  7. So, I'm getting rid of a bunch of decent shoes that I have no intention of wearing anymore. To make it interesting, I'm letting everybody else decide what I'll do with them. Options ... read more

    • Dave S.
      Dave S.

      Sell the best and donate the rest. I'm going through the same thing.

      about 8 years ago Like

    • David C.
      David C.

      That's a pretty good rhyme heheh

      about 8 years ago Like

  8. walk
    great Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park 5.3 mi

    Hiked the main circuit of the park.

  9. RUN
    great Crossfit Black Box 1 mi 00:07:20 07:19 pace

    As part of the daily workout, 1 mile time trial.

  10. walk
    great Springer Mountain back to Ami... 7.5 mi

    After drinking through most of my 4 liters of water and most of my food, my pack was definitely lighter! met up with some great folks from Birmingham, AL on top of Springer.

  11. walk
    alright Amicalola Falls to Springer M... 7.5 mi 04:45

    My pack was pretty heavy on the hike up to the mountain!

  12. walk
    great Amicalola Falls 5 mi

    Viewed the falls at Amicalola Falls State Park in Georgia, and hiked around the surrounding area. Also tried out a fitness trail they had setup, one of the best I've ever seen.

  13. walk
    great Stone Mountain 3.75 mi

    Hiked up Stone Mountain and some of the surrounding trails.

  14. walk
    alright East Park Ave. and Connor Blvd. 10.81 km 02:19 20:41 pace

    This distance my feet are actually a little sore.

  15. Had to have a toe nail removed yesterday - not fun. Hopefully the discomfort will only last a few days.

    • Chelsinki A.
      Chelsinki A.

      good luck with that. I had a toenail that got badly infected and it never came back the same. :(

      over 8 years ago Like

    • David C.
      David C.

      This one had not grown much at all this year, after being damaged while playing soccer several years ago. It just started to look gross since it was such old tissue - time to just get rid of it and see what happens. :/

      over 8 years ago Like

  16. walk
    great East Park Ave. 4.56 km 01:07 23:38 pace

    It was very was hot out, but I felt fine.