In addition to generating huge amounts of impact, heel strike runners are at an even greater risk of injury if they have a limb length discrepancy.
Find out how heel strike running increases the risk of lower back and spine pain.
The main causes of IT band syndrome in heel strike runners and how switching to forefoot running helps the condition.
Strong evidence mounting in favor of orthopaedic heel lifts having no mechanical advantage in running.
Outlining the two reasons heel strike runners get injured more than forefoot runners.
Older runners increase their risk of injury if they heel strike, this is because the heel pad fades with age.
Many minimalist shod runners were found to have poor accuracy in self-reported forefoot strike pattern.
Study finds no difference in impact between heel strike runners and heel strike runners who switched to midfoot strike running under shod conditions.
When your shins hurt, your running experience suffers. The condition seems to last forever leaving runners asking do shin splints go away? The answer is yes