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Craig Payne
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“no mechanical and physiological benefit when running wearing minimalist shoes as opposed to traditional shoes” 4th blog post in 2 days: http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/mechanical-and-physiological-analysis-of-minimalist-versus-traditionally-shod-running/
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Second blog post today:
Muscle Activity in Barefoot vs Shod Running 
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/muscle-activity-in-barefoot-vs-shod-running/
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“All anti-barefoot running research is paid for by the running shoe companies” ... ummm, no its not! 
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/all-anti-barefoot-running-research-is-paid-for-by-the-running-shoe-companies/
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New blog post up: Impact forces between barefoot and shod running 
 http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/impact-forces-between-barefoot-and-shod-running/ ... its actually a bit boring
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New blog post up: Peroneal Tendinosis and ankle sprains in runners
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/peroneal-tendinosis-and-ankle-sprains-in-runners/
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New blog post up:
How poor are runners at self-identifying their foot strike pattern?
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/how-poor-are-runners-at-self-identifying-their-foot-strike-pattern/
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New blog post:
Foot posture (‘overpronation’) and the risk for overuse injury
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/foot-posture-overpronation-and-the-risk-for-overuse-injury/
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Two new blog posts; I guess the fan boys are not going to be happy:
Comparison of running injuries between shod and barefoot runners
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/comparison-of-running-injuries-between-shod-and-barefoot-runners/

Foot Strike Pattern and Injury Rates
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/foot-strike-pattern-and-injury-rates-2/
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Lots of relevant research at the ACSM annual meeting
http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/relevant-gems-from-the-acsm-meeting/
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New study on injury rates between shod vs barefoot and midfoot/forefoot strike vs heel strike: http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/differences-in-injury-rates-between/ ... guess what they found ... again!
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Having a hard time finding the correct fit and comfort in running shoes.. I have early(rearfoot) pronation tendacies and late(forefoot) supination tendacies.

I have wide feet but a small size in men's (6-6.5) and running shoes in men's start in size 7 in wide(2E or 4E) widths. I usually resort to buying Women's (2E or 4E) widths. 

But trouble is most Running shoes offered in Wide Widths are motion control shoes and over the yrs my right ankle experiences extreme pain when switching to a new shoe..

If anyone has a past or present list of running shoes that favor early pronation and late supination i would be greatly appreciated. Tired of buying and returning sneakers 5+ times a month trying to find a better fit for my rare needs.

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Reaching out to my podiatry colleagues; my new book due in July; prepurchase now to save lots and help crowd fund: http://bit.ly/1DsXwj6
Now available for special prepublication price. Purchase the book now and save $50 off the retail price when it becomes available. Why? Podiatry PDQ (Pretty Damn Quick) has been a long time coming. It is condensed version of everything you are going to need in clinical practice.
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