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running shoe

A piece of metal on a running mold to prevent wear and allow it to slide freely on the running rule and nib guide.
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We found that conventional running shoes produced twice the impact force on foot strike compared to running in our Healus version.
Use of the digital video gait analysis when prescribing the proper running shoe and correcting biomechanical errors is beneficial in reducing or eliminating pain associated with running injuries.
The XC-09 is a high performance cross-country running shoe, designed and manufactured to meet the demands of some of the toughest runners in the world.
One senior APTC officer who covered more than 800 kilometres in the same pair of PT-03s said they were an outstanding pair of running shoes.
This major step forward resulted in the creation of UK Gear's PT-03 running shoe, which was the first ever commercial product to earn the distinguished right to bear the British Army's crossed swords insignia.
They concluded that running shoes exerted more stress on these joints compared to running barefoot or walking in high-heeled shoes.
Though many varieties of the running shoe defy broad categorization, for purposes of overview, the three major classes of running shoes are cushioned, stability and motion control shoes.
UK Gear has joined up with the Army to produce a new running shoe
He is not alone: at this year's Boston Marathon Expo, quite a number of vendors were selling minimalist running shoes, including several of the major running shoe manufacturers.
UK Gear, based in UK House, Freer Street, Nuneaton, design the cross-country trail running shoe, named the XC-09, and its product beat stiff competition from global brands to win the contract.
carries the latest styles, including the New Balance 1200 running shoe, at his two Sneakerland stores.