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Running on the beach.... (Read 136 times)

    Will have the opportunity to do some beach runs next week.  Aside from the climate adjustment and remembering sunscreen, my usual minimalist shoes?  or something with more support?  Barefoot?  Anyone with beach feet experience?  What say you?.....  Cool

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    Tammarin.....

    preciousJohn


      Hat, Sunglasses Cool, barefoot, run on semi wet sand, enjoy!


      Half Fanatic 12680

        Hat, Sunglasses Cool, barefoot, run on semi wet sand, enjoy!

         

        +1 Except don't overdo it at first. I enjoy running barefoot at the beach, but one time I went on a 10 mile beach run and ended up with huge blisters on the soles of my feet. Your feet need to acclimate to the sand. If you choose to run with shoes, your regular shoes will be fine, but make sure you run on wet (firm) sand.

        2015 goals2200 miles; 5k < 25:00; 10k < 52:00; HM < 1:56

        Upcoming: NYC HM 3/15; Unite HM 4/12; Superhero HM 5/17, Escape the Cape Tri 6/14NJ State Tri 7/19;Newport Liberty HM 9/20; Shades of Death HM 10/11, Halloween HM 10/18, NYC Marathon 11/1

          thanx folks!  looking forward to it!Cool

          Tammarin.....

          Longboat


          Letting off steam

            Run on the flattest part of the wet sand.  If there's a significant slope from land to water, don't run it -- running on a side slope for a long distance can cause injury. Assuming it's salt water beach, come back at low tide, your best chance of finding lots of runnable sand

            Neil

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              Barefoot on the flat sand right where the wave are just ending is great........hat, minimal running gear and sunscreen.......

              Champions are made when no one is watching

                flat, wet and barefoot.... got it!    Cool

                Tammarin.....