A Closer Look At Minimalist Running Shoes
- Volume 25 - Issue 9 - September 2012
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Editor’s note: For related articles, see “Barefoot Versus Shod Running: Which Is Best?” in the May 2012 issue of Podiatry Today or the DPM Blog, “Questioning Our Reliance On Motion Control Running Shoes,” at http://tinyurl.com/btfdukj .