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From: Running in highly cushioned shoes increases leg stiffness and amplifies impact loading

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Mean data (SD) of the vertical ground reaction force (a) impact peak (IP) and (b) loading rate (LR) for the CON and MAX shoes at slow (10 km/h) and fast (14.5 km/h) running speeds. Univariate difference between shoe conditions (t-test): *p < 0.05 and ***p < 0.001. Shoe by speed interaction effects (two-way repeated measures ANOVA): #p < 0.05. The main effect for shoe conditions (two-way repeated measures ANOVA): +p < 0.05 and +++p < 0.001.

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