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Running shoe stiffness and running economy

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 18, 2006.

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    Shoe Midsole Longitudinal Bending Stiffness and Running Economy, Joint Energy, and EMG.
    Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006 Mar;38(3):562-9.
    Roy JP, Stefanyshyn DJ.
     
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    The bending stiffness of shoes is beneficial to running energetics if it does not disturb the natural MTP joint flexion
    Keonyoung Oh, Sukyung Park,
    Journal of Biomechanics; 18 January 2017
     
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    Optimal footwear longitudinal bending stiffness to improve running economy is speed dependent
    Evan Day & Michael Hahn
    Footwear Science: 06 Dec 2019
     
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    The Effects of Increased Midsole Bending Stiffness of Sport Shoes on Muscle-Tendon Unit Shortening and Shortening Velocity: a Randomised Crossover Trial in Recreational Male Runners.
    Cigoja S et al
    Sports Med Open. 2020 Feb 7;6(1):9
     
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    The effect of shoe insole stiffness on electromyography activity pattern of
    selected lower extremity muscles during running on treadmill

    AmirReza Sedighi et al
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    A method to quantify stiffness across the entire surface of a shoe‘s midsole
    Patrick Mai ,Leon Robertz,Matthias Thelen,Gillian Weir,Matthieu B. Trudeau,Joseph Hamill
    Footwear Science: 29 Jan 2021
     
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    Effect of outdoor footwear bending stiffness on metatarsophalangeal joint kinematics, kinetics, and energy balance during level and uphill walking
    Giuseppe Zullo, Giuseppe Marcolin, Paolo Mistretta, ...
    April 12, 2021
     
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    Influence of metatarsophalangeal joint stiffness on take-off performances and lower-limb biomechanics in jump manoeuvres
    Sheng-Wei Jia,Wing-Kai Lam,Zhiguan Huang Icon,Julien S. Baker Icon,Ukadike C. Ugbolue &Yaodong Gu
    Journal of Sports Sciences 22 Nov 2021
     
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    A systematic review of the effect of running shoes on running economy, performance and biomechanics: analysis by brand and model
    Santiago A Ruiz-Alias et al
    Sports Biomech. 2022 Jun 24;1-22
     
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    Individual physiological responses to changes in shoe bending stiffness: a cluster analysis study on 96 runners
    Mickael Chollet, Samuel Michelet, Nicolas Horvais, Sebastien Pavailler & Marlene Giandolini
    European Journal of Applied Physiology (2022)
     
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    Effects of Shoe Midfoot Bending Stiffness on Multi-Segment Foot Kinematics and Ground Reaction Force during Heel-Toe Running
    Ruiya Ma et al
    Bioengineering (Basel). 2022 Oct 2;9(10):520
     
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    Increasing Shoe Longitudinal Bending Stiffness Is Not Beneficial to Reduce Energy Cost During Graded Running
    International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
    Titouan P. Perrin et al
     
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    Influence of Footwear Features on Oxygen Consumption and Running Economy: A Review
    Miguel Ángel Melero-Lozano et al
    Appl. Sci. 2023, 13(1), 23; https://doi.org/10.3390/app13010023
     
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    Influence of Running Shoe Longitudinal Bending Stiffness on Running Economy and Performance in Trained and National Level Runners
    Rodrigo-Carranza, Víctor; Hoogkamer, Wouter; Salinero, Juan José; Rodríguez-Barbero, Sergio; González-Ravé, José María; González-Mohíno, Fernando
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise ():10.1249/MSS.0000000000003254, July 14, 2023. | DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000003254
     
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    The influence of running shoe with different carbon-fiber plate designs on internal foot mechanics: A pilot computational analysis
    Yang Song et al
    Journal of Biomechanics Volume 153, May 2023, 111597
     
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