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BORN TO RUN: Caveman vs. Podiatrist

In this episode of BOOKD, find out what a podiatrist, an urban caveman, a professor of evolutionary biology, a world record setting masters runner, and author Christopher McDougall have to say about BORN TO RUN and the barefoot running debate. Dr. Michael Perlstein is a podiatrist who owns his own medical practice and goes by the name of Brooklyn Foot Doc. To learn more about him, visit his website: Durant has been taking a paleo approach to health for the past several years. He is a founder of Barefoot Runners NYC and writes about being an urban caveman on his own blog: Daniel Lieberman is a professor of evolutionary biology at Harvard University. Not only is he interviewed in the book, his studies greatly contribute to the idea that humans are born to run. Kathy Martin is a real estate agent who, in her 40s, discovered a gift for running. She has set nine American and two world records in her age group. Christopher McDougall is a journalist and author best known for his book, BORN TO RUN. To learn more about him, his book and the barefoot running debate, visit The photos used in this episode were taken by Luis Escobar. To learn more about him and his work, visit either of the two websites:http://www.allwedoisrun.comhttp://www.reflectionsphotographystudio.comBOOKD is a THNKR Channel series that explores game-changing books through the insights and opinions of engaging personalities.Created and produced by, THNKR gives you extraordinary access to the people, stories, places and thinking that will change your mind.Follow THNKR on Twitter: ? THNKR on Facebook: ? check out a few of our favorite things on Pinterest: ? views expressed in this video only represent those of the participants. They do not necessarily represent the views or endorsement of LLC or any other party involved in the production and distribution of THNKR.
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