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Barefoot Running Step by Step (2011)

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  1. Running Barefoot should be comfortable (on almost any terrain)
  2. Running Barefoot should be easy
  3. Running Barefoot should be FUN!
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Barefoot Running Step by Step (2011)

Bach Bay Half-Marathon (1998 May 17) Newport Beach CA

Ken Bob Saxton (1998 May 17) Bach Bay Half Marathon

Ken Bob Saxton (1998 May 17) Bach Bay Half Marathon


The important thing about this race, wasn’t that I beat my target time by 7 minutes… it’s how good I looked in the picture! (I’m the guy with the beard)


  • 13.10 Mile
  • 01:25:04 (official time) Personal Record
  • 1 Barefoot 13.10 Mile races from 1998 to 1998/05/17
  • 9 Barefoot races (any distance) from 1998 to 1998/05/17
  • My Distance=13.10 Mile
  • My time: 01:25:04
  • Barefoot
  • surface (0-10): 8
  • hills (0-10): 3
  • Description: asphalt
  • Location: Newport Back Bay
  • City: Newport Beach
  • State: California


This half marathon featured classical music along the course – perhaps Bach, but it was difficult to hear… I would be running around a curve, and there was a string quartet playing quietly at the side of the path barely audible. Then they were out of ear-shot again. Probably not their fault, I was moving so fast I beat my target time by 7 minutes…

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