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Zero drop running shoes increased injury risk for regular runners

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Aug 9, 2016.

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    Influence of the Heel-to-Toe Drop of Standard Cushioned Running Shoes on Injury Risk in Leisure-Time Runners
    A Randomized Controlled Trial With 6-Month Follow-up

    Laurent Mailsoux, PhD, Nicolas Chambon, PhD, Axel Urhausen, Prof., MD and Daniel Theisen, PhD
    Am J Sports Med August 8, 2016
     
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    IS SHOE DROP A KEY FACTOR FOR INJURY PREVENTION IN RUNNING? PART 2: AN RCT ON RUNNING BIOMECHANICS
    Daniel Theisen, Paul Gette, Nicolas Chambon, Axel Urhausen, Laurent Malisoux
    BMJ
     
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    Adaptation of running pattern to the drop of standard cushioned shoes: a randomised controlled trial with a 6-month follow-up
    Laurent Malisoux, Paul Gette, Nicolas Chambon, Axel Urhausen, Daniel Theisen
    Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport ; Article in Press
     
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    Comparison of Varying Heel to Toe Differences and Cushion to Barefoot Running in Novice Minimalist Runners.
    Moody D et al
    Int J Exerc Sci. 2018 May 1;11(1):13-19. eCollection 2018.
     
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    Influence of shoe drop on running kinematics and kinetics in female runners
    Thibault Besson, Cédric Morio, Guillaume Y. Millet ORCID Icon & Jérémy Rossi
    European Journal of Sport Science : 18 Apr 2019
     
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    Influence of speed and heel-to-toe drop in running shoes for female recreational runners: A cross-sectional study.
    Gijon-Nogueron G et al
    Medicine (Baltimore). 2019 May;98(19)
     
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    The effect of the heel-to-toe drop of standard running shoes on lower limb biomechanics
    Florian C. Richert, Thorsten Stein, Steffen Ringhof & Bernd J. Stetter
    Footwear Science: 01 Jul 2019
     
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