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For four decades, the athletic footwear industry has been researching how to prevent or at least reduce running-related injuries. Biomechanical studies show that the big toe plays an important role in preventing the five most common sports injuries. It has just been largely ignored until now.
The Standing Committee on Vaccination (STIKO) weighs up the advantages and risks of vaccines against each other. If it were to do the same for technical innovations in running shoes such as carbon plates, some models might not be on the shelves of specialist retailers.
Children are designed to move, and their health depends on it. Sadly, over 80% fail to meet the daily activity goals recommended by the World Health Organisation. Record levels of childhood obesity and associated diseases are the consequence.
The running shoe industry is undergoing the biggest paradigm shift in history. In the past, biomechanical research into the causes and prevention of running injuries focused primarily on the movement of the rear foot during the ground contact phase of running.
After the excesses of Christmas, resolutions for a healthier lifestyle and weight loss are common. Exercise and increased physical activity are rightly promoted as a means towards achieving these ends, but exercise-related pain and injuries are a common reason for quitting new regimes.
Regular physical activity has many health benefits (Blair, 2009), and public health campaigns recommending 10,000 steps per day are based on undisputed physiological principles and large-scale medical research.
Der Berlin-Marathon rückt näher. Daher ist es wichtig zu wissen, welche Anforderungen ein solches Ereignis an die Füße stellt und wie wichtig eine gute Fußfunktion und entsprechendes Schuhwerk sind, um diese Anforderungen zu bewältigen.
Find out why the use of orthotics in a treatment program for sufferers of overuse conditions cannot be supported based on the available high-quality evidence. Users might possibly gain short-term pain relief at best.