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Ken Bob Saxton - Secrets of a Lifelong Barefoot Runner

Special Mindful Running Interview Announcement

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I was recently interviewed by Michael Sandler, my “arch nemesis” and author of the other book Barefoot Running and also the Creator of The Mindful Running Program.

Bloody 911 Run (1998 May 10) Silverado Canyon, Orange CA

Bloody 911 Run (1998 May 10) Silverado Canyon, Orange CA

This was an awesome interview and we covered:

  • How I went from shoes to barefoot and ran 79 marathons that way!
  • Be BLOWN AWAY by these words “I am not a purist,” and learn why there’s a time and a place for everything, even a shoe.
  • Discover the importance of continuous movement, even if you’re recovering from injury, and learn the secret Run Nap Run method to marathon success!

Discover how Psycho Herman the dog, has helped control the pace and helped his master (me) to heal. And discover the benefits of barefoot running

  • for your feet and joints, for running and walking strong & healthy for a lifetime.

Just go here to signup for the interview:

CLICK HERE: Interview with Ken Bob and Michael Sandler

Road Less Traveled 10-mile Trail Race (1997 May 17) Chino Hills CA

Road Less Traveled 10-mile Trail Race (1997 May 17) Chino Hills CA

Michael is going to be launching a powerful program called Mindful Running very shortly and when you sign up for the interview you will also get 3 free training videos and learn more about his program.

When you watch the interview please be sure to leave a comment.

Thank you,

Ken Bob Saxton

P.S.  Mindful Running is all about combining healing techniques, natural running form, and meditation. He is launching the program very shortly…Listen to our interview here:

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In the Heat of the Summer

Barefoot Todd completing his 100th barefoot marathon in Phoenix. Asphalt was comfortably cool. Only thing hot, was the redhead!

Summary I may be getting a bit ahead of myself here, talking to some of you folks back in Michigan and Minnesota, in January, about running barefoot on hot pavement. But, some spring day in a few months, and even … read more