Even gradual transition to minimalist running leads to signs of stress in feet

Investigators at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, reported that runners who transitioned from traditional running shoes to zero-drop shoes meant to mimic barefoot running had evidence of bone marrow edema, a marker for stress on the foot, after gradual transition from conventional to minimalist shoes.

Investigators at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, reported that runners who transitioned from traditional running shoes to zero-drop shoes meant to mimic barefoot running had evidence of bone marrow edema, a marker for stress on the foot, after gradual transition from conventional to minimalist shoes.

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Even gradual transition to minimalist running leads to signs of stress in feet