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Subject: Midsole Construction and Injury Rate
I thought this was interesting, especially this part of the analysis of the study:

Of additional interest is the secondary regression analysis that linked injury risk to:
•higher BMI (shown in other studies)
•previous injury (all studies seem to be showing that!)
•mean session intensity (makes sense if you have too many hard sessions)

The factors that were protective were:
•previous regular running activity (ie the tissues were probably adapted to the loads)
•weekly volume of other sports activities (does that show the value of cross-training?)


http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/running-shoe-midsole-harness-has-n...

Shane


2013-09-17 10:31 AM
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Subject: RE: Midsole Construction and Injury Rate
Thanks for posting.  I am always interested in anything about injuries as I seem to be making a career out of being injured.  Tongue out
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