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The cliches of barefoot running.

It’s like filling out a job application.

Are you willing to turn into a vegan/vegetarian?
Are you willing to have this sudden urge to become an ultra runner?
Will you be willing to become a shoe reviewer, even though you are a barefoot runner?
Are you willing to run in a kilt (even though that was so 2010)?
Are you willing to start a barefoot running clinic in your neighborhood?
Are you willing to put “Barefoot” in front of your name (even though you run in Vibrams, or some other kind of minimal get-up)



3 thoughts on “The cliches of barefoot running.

    If the need/opportunity to use a tool comes up I’d be willing to share my thoughts.
    šŸ˜¦ My wife is worried I’d land in jail for indecent exposure, but I am more than willing to run in a kilt.
    That doesn’t float my boat.
    I’ve nothing against the earliest of early adopters affixing the prefix to their given name. As for me, it isn’t going to happen… Besides, in Spanish I don’t find it rings that well.

    Posted by Alejandro 10 | September 11, 2011, 2:37 PM

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