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Runners and running shoe retailers beliefs

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 19, 2020.

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    Running shoes, pronation, and injuries: do beliefs of injury risk factors among running shoe salespersons and physiotherapy students align with current aetiology frameworks?
    Alexander Wolthon, Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen, Richard W. Will, Jeffery A. Taylor-Haas & Max R. Paquette
    Footwear Science : 03 Mar 2020
     
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    Consumer awareness and perceptions of running shoes and training
    with assessment of a point of purchase educational intervention

    Glen Poklikuha, B.G.S, M.S.
    Texas Tech University ; Degree of
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    What are the perceptions of runners and healthcare professionals on footwear and running injury risk?
    Gurmeet K Dhillon et al
    BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 2020
     
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    Running coaches and running group leaders’ engagement with, and beliefs and perceived barriers to prehabilitation and injury prevention strategies for runners
    LindaLinton StephanieValentin
    Physical Therapy in Sport; 16 August 2020
     
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    Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Recreational
    Long-Distance Runners towards Using Running
    Shoes: A Survey

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