Saturday, February 13, 2010

February 14, long run

So it sounds like no one else objects to a 6am run! See you all there, Tims on westwood and portage ave. 6am for a very long slow distance!



  1. I'm presently enjoying a few bevvies...might protest to the time in the a.m. I'll be there, but expect some complaining!

  2. I'll be there as well. After an 11 pm soccer game, a post game drink I can't garuntee my condition either

  3. awesome! then we can call it a RECOVERY RUN? have fun tonight.

  4. Hi there,
    A running friend, Jackie Gee, passed the Free Press article on to me. I am so happy to see that there are other converts to barefoot out there. I read Born to Run in the summer and started running barefoot in July, just 2 miles at first on grass at Kildonan Park and at the Polo Field at Birds Hill Park. I am almost 60 years old and have been running for about 30 of them. The last few years I have been plagued with hamstring strains and plantar fasciitis. Anticipating winter coming I researched footwear and bought a pair of Vibram 5Fingers, a pair of Vivo Barefoots (which are now my street walking shoes), and a paid of Nike Free V3's. I wear the Nikes right now but was doing my weekly long run in the Vibrams 5 fingers until it really cold. Anyway I do not have any more injuries and I am running on my toes and in much better form.
    Hope to run into you on the roads or trails (my favourite) one day.
    Bob Conarroe