Saturday, September 18, 2010

1st annual New York City Barefoot Run!

I sooooo wish I could go to this!!  Check the link here!  I will be on my own adventure as I am tentatively going to Michigan for a meeting on the 8th which I am thoroughly stoked about!  Have a fantabulous time you kooky barefooters!!



Also coming up in NY is the NYC marathon!  I was alerted to the Fresh Air Fund and think it looks like a great charity to get behind and how wonderful would it be to be a part of the NYC marathon!  Its November 7th so there is some time left to plan.

9 comments:

misszippy said...

Too bad you can't make it to the run...probably the first of many, though, I would guess.

We have friends who bring a fresh air fun child to their house each summer. It really is a cool project!

Barefoot Neil Z said...

Nut-jobs, all of them!!! who would do such a thing? LOL

Zaneta said...

haha, nice neil! ;) That race does look fun! Too bad you have to miss it!

zapmamak said...

Hey Angie - just wanted to shoot you a note to thank you for the link to Scott Hadley's site. I just checked out some his videos on the calf-hip stretch reflex stuff. Amazing! I roll my calves, but now I understand why it works and his demonstrations look so much better. Thank you for the info!

Andrew Opala said...

I love how they worked in the statue's bare feet - amazing symbolism of freedom and hope!

Avocational Singer said...

Well, I'm about to announce on my blog any day now that I have signed up and I'm going to be at this run with my new barefoot running buddy. I am very excited about it. I do wish all my barefoot blogging buddies could be there too. (Now I better go make that announcement soon since I spilled the beans here.)

Cynthia O'H said...

That sounds like a great event for you. Like Miss Zippy said, though, there will likely be others to look forward to.

Julie said...

This race has your name written all over it girl! You better do it next year:)

ludo said...

After running with Christopher McDougall in NY, I can't wait to be at this run.
Too bad you can't make it Angie :-(

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