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Studies show, that the muscular fatigue experienced after prolonged exercise or running increases pressure on the forefoot and heel.(1)
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(1)“The effect of fatigue on plantar pressure distribution during running in view of running injuries“; Tine Marieke Willems, Philip Roosen, Roel De Ridder; Journal of Foot and Ankle Research · April 2012
“Long distance running increases plantar pressures beneath the metatarsal heads A barefoot walking investigation of 200 marathon runners“, Arne Nagel, Frauke Fernholz, Carolin Kibele, Dieter Rosenbaum; Gait & Posture 27 (2008) 152–155 Dec. 2006
“The Effect of Terrain on Foot Pressures During Walking”; Olfat Mohamed, Ph.D., P.T.; Kay Cerny, Ph.D., P.T.; Wendy Jones,M.P.T.; Judy M. Burnfield, Ph.D., P.T.; Foot & Ankle International 2005