Guest Post

Running in itself, is an on-going learning experience. Especially, if you are learning how to run properly, with a forefoot strike. I would love to hear your success story about what has worked for you in your forefoot running journey. Please share any tips you may have on training, drills, strengthening exercises, and your reviews on running shoes for forefoot running.

Guest Posting on Run Forefoot
At Run Forefoot, Im building a learning data base where runners can learn forefoot running with greater ease and bypass injury. I would love to hear your success story to inspire others on forefoot running.

Guest Post Policy

I am accepting guest posts on my blog, Run Forefoot, and I would love to add your content to build upon the knowledge base with respect to forefoot running, minimalist, and barefoot running.

Whether you have a success story in mind, or if you are a researcher investigating the mechanics of forefoot/barefoot running and would like to share your expertise at Run Forefoot, please advise the following:

  • The content you provide must be exclusive to Run Forefoot and must not be published on your blog, or other blogs as Google will ding all sites involved.
  • You may not link to any business, affiliates, or promote a product(s) of which you have been paid for. No spamming, your content needs to be organic.
  • You may provide a link to your blog.
  • Please inform readers who you are by providing a short bio.
  • The topic(s) you choose must be inline with the content at Run Forefoot. Therefore, the content you provide must match the content of Run Forefoot to meet the expectations of my readers.

If you are interested in guest posting on my blog in compliance with the guidelines above, please provide your information below:

I look forward to hearing from you.

-Bretta.

Bretta Riches

"I believe the forefoot strike is the engine of endurance running..."

BSc Neurobiology; MSc Biomechanics candidate, ultra minimalist runner & founder of RunForefoot. I was a heel striker, always injured. I was inspired by the great Tirunesh Dibaba to try forefoot running. Now, I'm injury free. This is why I launched Run Forefoot, to advocate the health & performance benefits of forefoot running and to raise awareness on the dangers of heel striking, because the world needs to know.
Bretta Riches

1 Comment

  1. Brilliant information, Bretta. Thank you!

    I’ve been struggling for over six months now to get my body used to forefoot from heel strike habits. My knees are loving me for it and my Achilles tendons and calf muscles are constantly whining and moaning. Often I have to give it a week, sometimes more, while they recover. When I feel brave again I take off my shoes and socks and run round the house for 15 minutes to test the mechanics again, much to the amusement of my dog! It’s hard not to get discouraged sometimes if the pain returns straight away but I managed to greet the new year with a forefoot 5k along the beach front so I focus on that and try to keep going.

    Your great information and comments are encouraging me all the way. And keep the positive snow running stuff coming on FB too! It’s really empowering. 🙂 x

    Si

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