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Why run barefoot?

October 27, 2012
By Robert M. Ungerer , The Post-Journal

The notion that modern man may have evolved from more primitive ancestors possessing the ability to hunt by running down antelope to exhaustion on the African plains, called persistence hunting, I found preposterous. Thus hunting, accomplished by endurance running, was one premise for the popular 2009 book by Christopher McDougall, "Born to Run." He conveyed to the public that nature intended man to run barefoot or only on a minimalist soled shoe.

 
 

 

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