and more importantly, what should we be looking at, and what can we do about it?
We seem to be smothered by "foams". What's it all about? is it necessary?
The debate rages - do motion control shoes work? Is the frontal plane important, or should we be looking at sagittal
Traditionally we have been focused on impact in running. And this is measured with a force platform. Is there a better way?
Some claim that these shoes might affect musculoskeletal performance, however, the scientific jury is out!
Whaat to look for in runninng footwear, plus.. what to do and what NOT to do!
Everyone talks about 'drop'. But, is it relevant, is it the correct term, does it even really mattter?