Heel strike running appears to be the root of running injury. Knee injury can be easily avoided with forefoot running barefoot or in barefoot like running shoes.
I always see runners wearing a knee brace and they still look like they are in pain, so does a knee brace help runners at all?
A great recommendation on knee pain care for runners is not to take time off of running, but to maintain running in minimalist running shoes.
How heel strike runners are at greater risk of knee overuse injury than forefoot strike runners.
Foot orthotics can be crossed off the list for knee pain care for runners. A new study adds evidence to the theory that orthotics is the driving force of knee pain during running –partly because orthotics impair proprioceptive responses.
A forefoot strike is the best starting point at preventing running knee injuries. At present, a long stride length and peak vertical forces contribute to knee stress in running.
Discover the latest finds on the link between forefoot running and reduced knee strain.
Do your knees ache when you run? If you’re running with a heel strike, this is why! Find out how heel striking when running leads to knee cartilage injury.