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Running Mechanics Study; Spaulding National Running Center

Running Mechanics Study for Boston Marathon

We are doing a study of impact loading over the course of the Boston Marathon this year. We are recruiting runners of all types, but are in need of barefoot and ‘true’ minimal footwear runners (no midsole, stack height, arch, etc).

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Running Mechanics Study for Boston Marathon

Irene S. Davis, PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA, FASB
Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Harvard Medical School
Director, Spaulding National Running Center
1575 Cambridge St.
Cambridge, MA. 02138

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Spaulding National Running Center – First Anniversary

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Boston Barefoot Running Festival (2012 April 14-15) Boston MA

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  Summary Presented by New England Barefoot Runners and the Barefoot Runners Society Statistics 2 days of fun and informative events Boston Marathon weekend Ken Bob Saxton and Roy M. Wallack, authors; Barefoot Running Step by Step L. Daniel Howell, … read more

Moving Forward, an Introduction to Barefoot Running

Boston Barefoot Running Festival

Summary The goal of running is simply to move the body forward. The goal of running barefoot is to make that process comfortable for our bare soles, which eliminates injurious stresses and strains on, not only the soles of our … read more