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Running shoes with less cushioning can reduce injury, study shows
 

Running shoes with less cushioning can reduce injury, study shows

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Runners who land on ball of foot and who wear trainers with no padding have lower impact loading rate, doctor says
 
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28 Nov 2016 - General
 
There's really a science with shoe selection for running. I have a friend who runs a lot and he noticed he was developing knee problems. Anyway we were referred to this store called RUNNR. We went there and they make you run in a treadmill that's connected to some computer program and it will determine what type of shoes you need, based on the way you run. Of course, there is a proper way to run, but that may be harder to remedy, whereas the getting the right shoes for you is the straigh...
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thanking you for sharing good information that is useful to all runners and walkers of our community. It is needed to wear a good cushioning is preferred to minimise injury to legs. Running is good for health that all know this statement but running with improper shoes leading damage of legs which become a major concern to consider. we should not compromise on quality of our shoes otherwise our quality of life is affected. I prefer a branded shoe with all comfortness for a comfortable walk if no...
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