Barefoot-shod running differences: shoe or mass effect?

  title={Barefoot-shod running differences: shoe or mass effect?},
  author={Caroline Divert and Guillaume Mornieux and Philippe Freychat and Laurent Baly and Frank Mayer and Alain Belli},
  journal={International journal of sports medicine},
  volume={29 6},
The higher oxygen consumption reported when shod running is compared to barefoot running has been attributed to the additional mass of the shoe. However, it has been reported that wearing shoes also modified the running pattern. The aim of this study was to distinguish the mass and shoe effects on the mechanics and energetics when shod running. Twelve trained subjects ran on a 3-D treadmill ergometer at 3.61 m . s (-1) in six conditions: barefoot, using ultra thin diving socks unloaded, loaded… CONTINUE READING
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