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Barefoot Running Less Efficient Than Lightweight Shoes

Barefoot Running Less Efficient Than Lightweight Shoes

According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado in Boulder,  running shoes make running physiologically easier than going barefoot. The study, published online in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, began by recruiting 12 well-trained male runners with extensive barefoot running experience. The New York Times indicated that a few previous studies have indicated that it's easier to go barefoot in terms of physiological effort since more effort is required to handle  the extra weight of a shoe. Full Text

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