Informing you about last week’s top posts at Run Forefoot!
More studies on forefoot running, especially in habitual barefoot running populations would help define exactly how we should be forefoot running.
What informational source did you examine to learn to run? In other words, what is the exact biomechanical gait model that runners learn from? One hasn’t really been established, until now.
The benefits of forefoot running remains obscure in the research, primarily due to reporting bias towards heel strike running.
Why top US distance runners don’t win may be a result of inadequate biomechanical practices that deviate away from the natural style of running.
Why some studies unfairly disputes barefoot running.
There is a big black hole in the research regarding the correct running form for distance runners. What is the correct running form anyway?
When it comes to running injury free, it is not necessarily about barefoot vs shoes, rather it’s about heel strike vs forefoot strike.