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Barefoot vs. shod running: It’s a dead heat

Concepts such as shoe cushioning and foot pronation have failed to reduce running injuries, Nigg argues. Instead, he advances the “comfort filter paradigm” when you choose a shoe that feels comfortable, you are selecting one that allows your foot to move along its preferred path. This “automatically reduces injury risk.”

Study finds no statistical evidence on the relative health risks or benefits of going shoeless

Source: Barefoot vs. shod running: It’s a dead heat

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