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Changes in Running Mechanics with Different Lacing Patterns

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Dec 26, 2010.

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    Changes in running mechanics using conventional shoelace versus elastic shoe cover.
    Hong Y, Wang L, Li JX, Zhou JH.
    J Sports Sci. 2010 Dec 20:1-7. [Epub ahead of print]
     
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    I discovered "Ian's Shoelace Site" a couple of years ago from an article in Runner's World. My favorite shoe-tying technique is the "Ian Knot". Three times faster than tying a standard knot and less wear and tear on the laces.

    http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/ianknot.htm

    Vern Walther, C.Ped.
     
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