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Lacing methods for running shoes

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by James Welch, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. James Welch

    James Welch Active Member

  2. Paulo Silva

    Paulo Silva Active Member



    Sorry it's in Portuguese, but you get the idea even without sound.
    Full Story From www.footweartoday.co.uk

    (shameless self promotion)
     
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  3. jb

    jb Active Member

  4. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Here is some rocket science:

     
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  5. RobinP

    RobinP Well-Known Member

    That is NOT the reef knot i learned at Scouts - and I got a badge for knot tying.....I tell a lie, it was for helping old ladies cross the road. I always thought that was so sexist!
     
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    Effects of different shoe-lacing patterns on dorsal pressure distribution during running and perceived comfort.
    Hagen M, Homme AK, Umlauf T, Hennig EM.
    Res Sports Med. 2010 Jul;18(3):176-87.
     
  7. brevis

    brevis Active Member

    Head down to your local shoe store. Most retail workers can put us to shame when it comes to lacing techniques!!!
     
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