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Athletic Footwear and Chronic Overloading

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Robbins, S.E., Gouw, G.J. Athletic Footwear and Chronic Overloading. Sports Med 9, 76–85 (1990). https://doi.org/10.2165/00007256-199009020-00002

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Keywords

  • Heel Strike
  • Medial Longitudinal Arch
  • Actual Shock
  • Human Kinetic Publisher
  • Shock Attenuation