Archive | March, 2015

“Running barefoot may increase injury risk in older, more experienced athletes”

This press release is starting to the rounds: Running barefoot may increase injury risk in older, more experienced athletes Older athletes less likely to adapt running style to “minimalist” shoes LAS VEGAS – In recent years there has been an explosion in barefoot running, as well as the purchase and use of “minimalist” running shoes […]

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Peroneal Tendinosis and ankle sprains in runners

Just back from a great day doing the Run For the Kids with the family and this one caught my eye: Peroneal tendinosis as a predisposing factor for the acute lateral ankle sprain in runners Pejman Zia, Emir Benca, Florian Wenzel, Reinhard Schuh, Christoph Krall, Alexander Auffahrt, Martin Hofstetter, Reinhard Windhager, Tomas Buchhorn Knee Surgery, […]

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Differences in injury rates between…

… barefoot vs shod? … foot strike pattern? This just showed up in my alerts: The Science of Running: Factors Contributing to Injury Rates in Shod and Unshod Populations MacKenzie, Ryan; MacKenzie, Lene; Martinez, Alicia; and Cardoza, Marisol Student-Faculty Research – School of Physical Therapy. Paper 6. 2014 This appears to be a poster presentation […]

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