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Do max cushioning shoes leads to injuries?
02/25/2017
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“The investigators found highly cushioned (HC) shoes result in a significantly higher vertical average load rate (VALR) and vertical instantaneous loading rate (VILR), both of which have been associated with overuse injuries such as tibial stress fractures and plantar fasciitis.” Check out the full story here: http://lermagazine.com/issues/june/running-shoe-reveal-study-links-max-cushioning-higher-load

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