Spare your knees when you run

by | Dec 28, 2013 | Exercise, Fitness & Rehab | 0 comments

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Researchers continue to explore the possible benefits of the forefoot-landing running style.

Here’s one of the latest findings:  forefoot landing reduces the amount of stress on your knees and may help prevent running-related knee problems.

But there’s a price to pay for taking the strain off your knees.  The extra load gets shifted to your Achilles tendon and ankles.

The bottom line?  You have to find a running style that works for your particular body.

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Read my two other articles on forefoot running:

Barefoot running benefits

Update on barefoot running benefits



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