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  • noun water skiing on foot (without water skis)


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  • In recent years the trend of "barefooting" while running or doing other activities has become more popular.

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  • For several years in a row it was water-skiing, and at age twelve he went from two skis to slaloming to barefooting, losing several bathing suits and drinking half the lake in the process.

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  • Larry Maurer, a Kirkland podiatrist and running specialist who has done research for Brooks, has mixed feelings about barefooting.

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  • For his 40th birthday - before his barefooting days - McDonald set his sights on an Ironman, but his back got in the way.

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  • Now he has a small business teaching people the secrets of barefooting.

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  • Nor is there proof that barefooting is less likely to cause injury.

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  • To wear these in colder weather, I will need some of the specially designed socks, or to forego the barefooting enjoyment.

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  • See that girl barefooting along Whistling and singing, she's a-carrying on Got laughing in her eyes Dancing in her feet She's a neon diamond She can live on the street Chorus Hey, hey, come right away Come and join the party Every day Hey, hey, come right away Come and join the party every day Well, everybody's dancing in a ring around the sun Nobody's finished, we ain't even begun So take off your shoes, child And take off your hat Try on your wings And find out where it's at

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