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blezurich17
04-04-2004, 04:28 PM
John Lowry



I have found considerable kinematics differences at touch down in earlier studies (2D) between barefoot and shod running, but very small differences between calcaneal and tibial movements in a 3D bone pin study.



Conclusions are difficult establish because shoe markers and skin markers move relative to the underlying bone.



- Tibiocalcaneal kinematics of barfoot versus shod running;

J. of Biomechanics, Vol 33, 1387-1395, 2000.



- The effects of shoes on the torsion and rearfoot motion in running; Med. and Sc. in Sports and Exerc, Vol 23, No 4, pp. 482-490, 1991.



- The torsion of the foot in running; Int. J. of Sports Biomechanics,

Vol. 5, No 4, pp. 375-389, 1989.

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Dr. A. Stacoff

Laboratory for Biomechanics

Department of Materials, ETH Zürich

Wagistrasse 4; 8952 Schlieren - Switzerland



Tel: ++41 (1) 633 62 18

Fax:++41 (1) 632 11 24

email: stacoff@biomech.mat.ethz.ch







-----Original Message-----

From: Biomechanics and Movement Science listserver [mailto:BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL ] On Behalf Of John Lowry

Sent: Freitag, 2. April 2004 17:42

To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL

Subject: [BIOMCH-L] barefoot running



Would the members of this list be so kind as to share

their thoughts or direct me to research on barefoot

running versus running in running shoes? Thanks.



John Lowry, DC

Columbia, SC







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Dr. A. Stacoff

Laboratory for Biomechanics

Department of Materials, ETH Zürich

Wagistrasse 4; 8952 Schlieren - Switzerland



Tel: ++41 (1) 633 62 18

Fax:++41 (1) 632 11 24

email: stacoff@biomech.mat.ethz.ch






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