Christopher Drozd: Runnin' Nekkid
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"You made this happen," said my friend Roy Wallack as we met outside the Santa Monica, Calif. public library's auditorium. Roy's a Los Angeles Times fitness columnist, and the author of numerous books, including the popular "Bike for Life." I'm there to buy his latest book and hear his presentation on "Barefoot Running, Step by Step." He continues, "You introduced me to Pose Method for that technique article in Runner's World some years back, which led to barefoot running, and then to Ken Bob who lived just 10 miles from me." Co-author Ken Bob added, from behind his graying, Dusty Hill beard, "Yeah, it's all your fault."
After 20 years of runnin' nekkid, barefoot Ken Bob Saxton is a well-known barefoot running personality. His 3:19 marathon isn't particularly remarkable until you consider he ran it, and some 76 other marathons, and several hundred shorter races, without shoes. "Born to Run" author Christopher McDougall says when it comes to barefoot running, "Ken Bob is the
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