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Analysis of research to do with running and its clinical application.

Craig Payne
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  • March 30, 2017
  • 04:04 AM
  • 284 views

Anecdotes are not evidence

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Anecdotes are not evidence... Read more »

  • March 10, 2017
  • 05:00 AM
  • 288 views

Running Shoes and the Preferred Motion Pathway

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Running Shoes and the Preferred Motion Pathway... Read more »

Nigg BM, Vienneau J, Smith AC, Trudeau MB, Mohr M, & Nigg SR. (2017) The Preferred Movement Path Paradigm: Influence of Running Shoes on Joint Movement. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. PMID: 28277405  

  • March 4, 2017
  • 03:22 AM
  • 271 views

Is changing footstrike pattern beneficial to runners?

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Is changing footstrike pattern beneficial to runners?... Read more »

  • February 22, 2017
  • 09:42 PM
  • 365 views

Running economy barefoot, in minimalist shoes and traditional running shoes

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Running economy barefoot, in minimalist shoes and traditional running shoes... Read more »

Cochrum RG, Connors RT, Coons JM, Fuller DK, Morgan DW, & Caputo JL. (2017) Comparison of Running Economy Values While Wearing No Shoes, Minimal Shoes, and Normal Running Shoes. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 31(3), 595-601. PMID: 28222048  

  • January 28, 2017
  • 04:26 PM
  • 662 views

RCT of traditional running shoes vs minimalist running shoes

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

RCT of traditional running shoes vs minimalist running shoes... Read more »

  • January 19, 2017
  • 05:45 PM
  • 354 views

Bending Stiffness of Running Shoes and Running Energetics

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Bending Stiffness of Running Shoes and Running Energetics... Read more »

  • December 28, 2016
  • 05:00 AM
  • 395 views

Sometimes academics do overthink things

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Sometimes academics do overthink things. I call it limping... Read more »

  • December 10, 2016
  • 04:48 PM
  • 426 views

Yet again, more of the same …

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Yet again, more of the same …... Read more »

  • November 12, 2016
  • 03:34 PM
  • 398 views

More of the same...

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

More of the same...... Read more »

  • November 2, 2016
  • 04:56 PM
  • 466 views

When I read things like this...

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

When I read things like this...... Read more »

Hollander K, Heidt C, van der Zwaard B, Braumann KM, & Zech A. (2016) Long-Term Effects of Habitual Barefoot Running and Walking: A Systematic Review. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. PMID: 27801744  

  • October 15, 2016
  • 05:00 AM
  • 454 views

Impact loads in barefoot and shoe running

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Impact loads in barefoot and shoe running... Read more »

  • September 27, 2016
  • 05:25 PM
  • 486 views

‘Overpronation’ and achilles tendon blood flow

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

‘Overpronation’ and achilles tendon blood flow... Read more »

Karzis, K., Kalogeris, M., Mandalidis, D., Geladas, N., Karteroliotis, K., & Athanasopoulos, S. (2016) The effect of foot overpronation on Achilles tendon blood supply in healthy male subjects. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine . DOI: 10.1111/sms.12722  

  • September 24, 2016
  • 06:24 PM
  • 483 views

Impacts and injury and the transition to minimalist running shoes

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Impacts and injury and the transition to minimalist running shoes... Read more »

  • August 9, 2016
  • 12:20 AM
  • 646 views

Is the drop of a running shoe associated with injury risk?

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Is the drop of a running shoe associated with injury risk?... Read more »

  • July 25, 2016
  • 04:51 PM
  • 607 views

Restiffic Foot Wrap for Restless Legs Syndrome

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Restiffic Foot Wrap for Restless Legs Syndrome... Read more »

  • July 25, 2016
  • 04:40 PM
  • 642 views

I know it is only a pilot study, but …. injuries in minimalist runners

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

I know it is only a pilot study, but …. injuries in minimalist runners

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Ostermann, K., Ridpath, L., & Hanna, J. (2016) Self-Reported Minimalist Running Injury Incidence and Severity: A Pilot Study. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 116(8), 512. DOI: 10.7556/jaoa.2016.104  

  • July 19, 2016
  • 03:27 PM
  • 612 views

Running Economy and Foot Strike Pattern

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Running Economy and Foot Strike Pattern... Read more »

  • March 8, 2016
  • 12:48 AM
  • 995 views

Minimalist Running Shoes and Injury Risk

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Minimalist Running Shoes and Injury Risk... Read more »

Grier, T., Canham-Chervak, M., Bushman, T., Anderson, M., North, W., & Jones, B. (2016) Minimalist Running Shoes and Injury Risk Among United States Army Soldiers. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. DOI: 10.1177/0363546516630926  

  • March 7, 2016
  • 08:16 PM
  • 771 views

Impact Related Factors and Running Injury

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Impact Related Factors and Running Injury... Read more »

  • November 23, 2015
  • 12:32 AM
  • 901 views

Intrinsic Muscle Strength in Plantar Fasciitis

by Craig Payne in Running Research Junkie

Intrinsic Muscle Strength in Plantar Fasciitis... Read more »

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