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New studies on injury rates between forefoot and rearfoot striking

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 14, 2013.

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    Injury Risk and Performance among Soldiers Wearing Minimalist Running Shoes Compared to Traditional Running Shoes
    Tyson Grier, Michelle Canham-Chervak, Timothy T. Bushman, Morgan Anderson, Will North, Bruce H. Jones
    Presented at2103 ACSM Mtg
     
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    No Differences in Self-reported Injuries or Performance Between Characterized Foot-strike Patterns Amongst US Army Soldiers
    Bradley J. Warr, Rebecca E. Fellin, Peter N. Frykman, Shane G. Sauer, Donald L. Goss, Joseph J. Seay.
    Presented at 2013 ACSM Mtg
     
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    Footstrike Patterns do not Influence Running Related Overuse Injuries in U.S. Army Soldiers
    Bradley J. Warr, Rebecca E. Fellin, Peter N. Frykman, Shane G. Sauer, Donald L. Goss, Joseph F. Seay.
    ACSM COnference; Friday, May 30, 2014
     
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    Medscape have a story on this:
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    Barefoot running survey: Evidence from the field
    David Hryvniak, Jay Dicharry, Robert Wilder
    Journal of Sport and Health Science; Volume 2, Issue 2, June 2014, Pages 131–136
     
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    This study has now been publlished in full:

    Characterization of Foot-Strike Patterns: Lack of an Association With Injuries or Performance in Soldiers
    MAJ Bradley J. War , SP USA; Rebecca E. Fellin , PhD; Shane G. Sauer , MS; LTC Donald L. Goss , SP USA; Peter N. Frykman , MS; Joseph F. Seay , PhD
    Military Medicine; Volume 180, Issue 7
     
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    This study now published in full:
    Minimalist Running Shoes and Injury Risk Among United States Army Soldiers
    Tyson Greir, MS, Michelle Canham-Chervak, PhD, MPH, Timothy Bushman, MS, Morgan Anderson, MPH, William North, MS and Bruce H. Jones, MD, MPH
    Am J Sports Med March 7, 2016
     
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    Differences in Kinematic Correlates of Impact Loading Between Rearfoot and Non-Rearfoot Strikers in Running
    Christopher Napier et al
    Presented at the ACSM Annual Meeting; Boston 2016
     
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    THE IMPORTANCE OF FOOT-STRIKE PATTERNS IN RUNNING: A LITERATURE REVIEW
    Federico Pizzuto et al
    Sport Science 9 (2016) Suppl 1: 87-96
     
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    Is changing footstrike pattern beneficial to runners?
    Joseph Hamill & Allison H. Gruber
    Journal of Sport and Health Science; 28 February 2017
     
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