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Barefoot/minimalism running biomechanics

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

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    These abstracts were presented at the 2013 ACSM Mtg:

    Differences in Running Mechanics and Strength between Runners in Minimalist and Traditional Footwear
    Rebecca E. Fellin, Joseph F. Seay, Ryan D. Hill, Santiago Saldana, D. Wayne Cannon, Paul DeVita, Edward H. Ip, David F. Martin, Stephen P. Messier
    The Effect of Footwear on Foot Strike Pattern in Running
    Jacob Nelson, Iain Hunter, Ulrike Mitchell, Wayne Johnson, Sarah Ridge.
    Effects of a Barefoot Training Program on Muscle Activationand Foot Contact Time
    Michael J. Maxwell, Emily L. Martin, John E. Davis. Alma
    Reduction in Ground Reaction Forces with Instructed Barefoot Running
    Irene S. Davis, FACSM, Cynthia D. Samaan, Michael J. Rainbow.
    Comparison Of The Biomechanics Of Running In Barefoot And Minimalist Shoe Conditions
    Donna M. Scarborough, Sean Driscoll, Mathew Salzler, Eric M. Berkson
    Electromyographical Analysis Of Barefoot, Minimalist, Zero-drop And Standard Running Shoes
    Michael Bohne, Kelli Roach, Nic Allphin, Andrew Creer, Jason Slack.
    The Effect of Minimalist Shoe Training on Lower Limb Kinematics and Kinetics
    Kurt H. Schütte, Rachel E. Venter.
    Vertical Ground Reaction Force Production and Joint Angle Compensation After Barefoot Run Training
    John E. Davis, Emily L. Martin, Michael Maxwell
     
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    The Examination of Ankle Joint Motion between Barefoot and Minimalist Running Shoes on Various Inclines
    S Lloyd
    Undergraduate Review, 2013
     
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    Lower limb kinematic variability associated with minimal footwear during running
    Nicholas S. Frank, Jack P. Callaghan & Stephen D. Prentice
    Footwear Science (in press)
     
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    Kinematic and Kinetic Comparison of Running in Standard and Minimalist Shoes
    Willy, Richard W.; Davis, Irene S.
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: 19 July 2013
     
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    Joint contact loading in forefoot and rearfoot strike patterns during running.
    Rooney BD, Derrick TR.
    J Biomech. 2013 Jul 30.
     
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    The Biomechanical Differences Between Barefoot and Shod Distance Running: A Systematic Review and Preliminary Meta-Analysis
    Jonathan P. L. Hall, Christian Barton, Paul Remy Jones, Dylan Morrissey
    Sports Medicine; August 2013
     
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    Short term changes in running mechanics and foot strike pattern following introduction to minimalistic footwear.
    Willson JD, Bjorhus JS, Williams B 3rd, Butler RJ, Porcari JP, Kernozek TW.
    PM R. 2013 Aug 30.
     
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    A 4-week instructed minimalist running transition and gait-retraining changes plantar pressure and force.
    Warne JP, Kilduff SM, Gregan BC, Nevill AM, Moran KA, Warrington GD.
    Scand J Med Sci Sports. 2013 Sep 5.
     
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    12 Weeks of Simulated Barefoot Running Changes Foot-Strike Patterns in Female Runners.
    McCarthy C, Fleming N, Donne B, Blanksby B.
    Int J Sports Med. 2013 Sep 18.
     
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    Biomechanical characteristics of barefoot footstrike modalities.
    Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S.
    J Biomech. 2013 Aug 27.
     
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    THE EXAMINATION OF ANKLE JOINT MOTION BETWEEN BAREFOOT AND MINIMALIST RUNNING SHOES DURING GAIT CYCLES
    Stephanie Lloyd, Tom Wu
    31 International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2013)
     
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    THE EXAMINATION OF SHOCK WAVE ATTENUATION IN RUNNING SHOES
    Stephanie Lloyd, Tom Wu
    International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2013)
     
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    FOOTWEAR AND CADENCE EFFECT ON SPATIOTEMPORAL
    GAIT PARAMETERS

    B. Romer, J.W. Fox, J. M. Rehm, J.H. Patel, W.H. Weimar.
    Presnted at 2013 ACSM Southeast meeting
     
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    THE EFFECTS OF MINIMALISTIC FOOTWEAR ON SPEED AND
    AGILITY

    S. Jones, D. Cecchini, J. Eaton, H. Sutton, S. Magee, and J.E. Schoffstall,
    Presnted at 2013 ACSM Southeast meeting
     
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    THE EFFECT OF SHOD VERSUS BAREFOOT RUNNING ON
    LOWER LIMB MUSCLE ACTIVATION
    L. Bauer and C. Inman,
    Presnted at 2013 ACSM Southeast meeting
     
  18. CraigT

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    Oh oh.... barefoot running makes you weaker?!? :rolleyes:
    Hmmmm
     
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    We missed this one from late last year:

    Is There Evidence to Support a Forefoot Strike Pattern in Barefoot Runners? A Review.
    Lorenz DS, Pontillo M.
    Sports Health. 2012 Nov;4(6):480-484.
     
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    Influence of barefoot, barefoot inspired and conventional shoes on tibial accelerations and loading kinetics during running in natural rearfoot strikers
    Comparative Exercise Physiology; in press
    J. Sinclair, P.J. Taylor, S. Andrews
     
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    Kinematic and Kinetic Comparison of Running in Standard and Minimalist Shoes
    WILLY, RICHARD W.; DAVIS, IRENE S.
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: February 2014 - Volume 46 - Issue 2 - p 318–323
     
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    Tibiocalcaneal kinematics during barefoot and in barefoot-inspired shoes in comparison to conventional running footwear
    Jonathan Sinclair, Sarah Jane Hobbs, Graham Currigan, Marcus Giannandrea and Paul John Taylor
    Movement & Sport Sciences – Science & Motricité 83, 67-75 (2014)
     
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    Effect of minimal shoes and slope on vertical and leg stiffness during running
    Thibault Lussiana, Kim Hébert-Losier, Laurent Mourot
    Journal of Sport and Health Science; Available online 11 January 2014
     
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    Joint Kinetics in Rearfoot versus Forefoot Running: Implications of Switching Technique
    Stearne, Sarah M.; Alderson, Jacqueline A.; Green, Benjamin; Donnelly, Cyril J.; Rubenson, Jonas
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: 4 February 2014
     
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    Force-Deformation Properties of the Human Heel Pad during Barefoot Walking.
    Wearing SC, Hooper SL, Dubois P, Smeathers JE, Dietze A.
    Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2014 Feb 5.
     
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    Landing pattern and vertical loading rates during first attempt of barefoot running in habitual shod runners
    Roy T.H. Cheung, Michael J. Rainbow
    Human Movement Science; Available online 17 February 2014
     
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    Ankle work and dynamic joint stiffness in high- compared to low-arched athletes during a barefoot running task.
    Powell DW, Williams DS 3rd, Windsor B, Butler RJ, Zhang S.
    Hum Mov Sci. 2014 Feb 17.
     
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    Effects of barefoot and barefoot inspired footwear on knee and ankle loading during running
    J. Sinclair
    Clinical Biomechanics; available online 23 February 2014
     
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    Is midsole thickness a key parameter for the running pattern?
    Nicolas Chambon, Nicolas Delattre, Nils Guéguen, Eric Berton, Guillaume Rao
    Gait & Posture; Available online 20 February 2014
     
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    Barefoot Running; The Effects of an 8-Week Barefoot Training Program
    Scott Mullen, Jon Cotton, Megan Bechtold, E. Bruce Toby
    Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine March 2014 vol. 2 no. 3 2325967114525582
     
  31. How about this alternate conclusion?

    "Although statistically significant changes were not observed between the pre- and posttest evaluations in strength and proprioception with the 8-week low-intensity barefoot running regimen, this does not necessarily mean that these changes will ever occur. It is possible that these changes may never occur, and a short course such as this trial is insufficient."

    Why do researchers need to show their biases and why can't they simply be objective?
     
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    That study is as bad as it gets: http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/effect-of-barefoot-running-on-strength-balance-and-proprioception/
     
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    Rearfoot strikers have smaller resultant tibial accelerations at foot contact than non-rearfoot strikers
    Molly D Glauberman and Peter R Cavanagh
    Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2014, 7(Suppl 1):A93 doi:10.1186/1757-1146-7-S1-A93
     
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    Foot speed, foot-strike and footwear:linking gait mechanics and running ground reaction forces.
    Clark KP, Ryan LJ, Weyand PG.
    J Exp Biol. 2014 Apr 15.
     
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    Can minimal running shoes imitate barefoot heel-toe running patterns? A comparison of lower leg kinematics
    Tobias Hein, Stefan Grau
    Journal of Sport and Health Science; Available online 13 April 2014
     
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    Ankle plantarflexion strength in rearfoot and forefoot runners: A novel clusteranalytic approach
    Dominik Liebl, Steffen Willwacher, Joseph Hamill, Gert-Peter Brüggemann
    Human Movement Science Available online 18 April 2014
     
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    THE EFFECT OF MINIMALIST SHOE TRAINING ON THE NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL OF RECREATIONAL DISTANCE RUNNERS
    Sulé Dreyer
    Masters Thesis; University of Stellenbosch; April 2014
     
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    Muscle activity and kinematics of forefoot and rearfoot strike runners
    A.N. Ahn, C. Brayton, T. Bhatia, P. Martin
    Journal of Sport and Health Science; Available online 24 April 2014
     
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    The effect of shoes, surface conditions and sex on leg geometry at touchdown in habitually shod runners
    Steffen Willwacher, Lukas Regniet, Katina Mira Fischer, Kai Daniel Oberländera & Gert-Peter Brüggemann
    Footwear Science; Published online: 30 Apr 2014
     
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    Acute Differences in Foot Strike and Spatiotemporal Variables for Shod, Barefoot or Minimalist Male Runners.
    McCallion C, Donne B, Fleming N, Blanksby B.
    J Sports Sci Med. 2014 May 1;13(2):280-286. eCollection 2014.
     
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