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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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Langer's practice, or to request literature on running shoe recommendations, contact Paul Langer, DPM, at Minnesota Orthopedic Specialists, 612-455-2008, or planger@MNOrtho.com.
"There is a lot of technology behind running shoes, so there are many options to choose from," says Dierkes.
He recently pulled together data from 134,867 user reviews of 391 running shoes. RunRepeat.com then compared the shoe ratings in the reviews with the list prices of each of the 24 brands examined.
He took the elevated heel off of normal running shoes, bringing the heel to the same level as the forefoot, and began selling customers the size above what they normally wear, giving the toes space to spread and relax.
Two studies noted a significant improvement in running economy in minimalist running shoes compared with traditional shoes (Perl et al., 2012; Squadrone and Gallozzi, 2009) One study used experienced barefoot or minimalist shoe runners and showed improved running economy in minimalist shoes regardless of which foot strike mechanics the runners used (Perl et al., 2012).
Grau also says it's important that a running shoe fits properly.
Skechers made Keflezighi its first -- and only -- spokesman for the running shoes line in 2011 because he was already a familiar figure to serious runners.
Although this is the first suit filed against Adidas over its barefoot running shoe, the maker of similar running shoe was sued for similar reasons in a class action filed in March.
"For so many years, the running shoe has gotten higher in the heel, and that's caused us to heel strike," says Abshire, chief technical officer for the company, which he cofounded with real estate developer Jerry Lee in 2007.
"It's unusual for a marathon sponsor to only have one model of running shoe," said Laura Coll, the owner of the Eugene Running Co.
The functional sport shoe parameter "torsion" within running shoe research: a literature review.
"The problem that we see is there is a big grey area between a running shoe and a shoe that looks like a running shoe."