For Older Runners, Good News and Bad

New York Times
December 21, 2011

Sometimes it’s good news when a study’s hypothesis is not proved. That was the case, certainly, with a new study of older runners, in which researchers assumed that athletes over 60 would be noticeably less efficient than their younger counterparts.

Are We Built to Run Barefoot?

New York Times
June 8, 2011

Barefoot running remains as popular and contentious a topic among exercise scientists as it is among athletes, even though it is practiced by only a tiny subset of American runners.