Footwear Science, Volume 0, Issue 0, Page 1-6, Ahead of Print.
- Are footfall patterns a function of running surface?
- The influence of barefoot and barefoot-inspired footwear on the kinetics and kinematics of running in comparison to conventional running shoes
- Influence of footwear choice, velocity and surfaces on tibial accelerations experienced by field hockey participants during running
- Lower extremity joint stiffness characteristics during running with different footfall patterns
- The effects of different degrees of sliding surfaces on average loading rate in running: a pilot study
- A comparison of ground reaction force patterns of conventional running shoes and minimalistic footwear in habitually shod runners
- Lower extremity segment coordination during barefoot running
- Barefoot running offers no metabolic advantage over lightweight footwear
- Impact parameters were significantly greater in the barefoot running
- Influence of footwear typically worn during field hockey participation, velocity and surfaces on tibial accelerations during locomotion