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Running economy in shoes designed to boost energy return

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Sep 19, 2015.

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    Influence of footwear designed to boost energy return on running economy in comparison to a conventional running shoe
    J. Sinclair, R. Mcgrath, O. Brook, P. J. Taylor & S. Dillon
    Journal of Sports Sciences in press
     
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    The effect of minimalist, maximalist and energy return footwear of equal mass on running economy and substrate utilisation
    J. Sinclair, H. Shore, S. Dillon
    Comparative Exercise Physiology; March 14, 2016
     
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    EFFECT OF FOOTWEAR ON
    MUSCULAR LOADING AND ENERGY
    DEMAND DURING DISTANCE
    RUNNING

    SHAHIN KETABI
    PH.D. THESIS; THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF AALBORG
    UNIVERSITY

     
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    Running Economy While Running in Shoes Categorized as Maximal
    Cushioning

    MILES A. MERCER et al
    Int J Exerc Sci 11(2): 1031-1040, 2018
     
  6. Dr. Steven King

    Dr. Steven King Well-Known Member

    Aloha,
    If the conclusion of this good research states,
    "It is concluded that a maximal cushioning running shoe did not influence running economy when compared to a
    control shoe (neutral cushioning running shoe)"
    then how can we justify calling them maximal?

    Maximalism must provide testable and significant improvements in energy efficiency, stability, physical protection and greenability.
    It is the inverse of minimalism.

    Mahalo,
    Steve

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    Does an increase in energy return and/or longitudinal bending stiffness shoe features reduce the energetic cost of running?
    Nicolas Flores et al
    European Journal of Applied Physiology: 23 November 2018
     
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    The stiff plate location into the shoe influences the running biomechanics.
    Flores N et al
    Sports Biomech. 2019 May 17:1-16
     
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