Study: Traditional cushioned sneakers pose the same injury risk as minimal sneakers

Researchers have found that despite their bells and whistles, cushioned and performance shoes may not prevent injuries better than minimalist running shoes, according to a new study reported by the American Journal of Sports Medicine .

Researchers have found that despite their bells and whistles, cushioned and performance shoes may not prevent injuries better than minimalist running shoes, according to a new study reported by the American Journal of Sports Medicine .

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Study: Traditional cushioned sneakers pose the same injury risk as minimal sneakers