Heel or toe? Running science backs off minimalist shoe
from Arizona Daily Sun
AJ Sobrilsky remembers working in a running store in 2009, the year the New York Times bestseller "Born to Run" was published. The book described author Christopher McDougall's journey to discover the secret behind the long distance running prowess of the Tarahumara Indians in northern Mexico. By the end of the book, McDougall makes a convincing argument for abandoning fancy cushioned shoes in favor of minimalist or barefoot styles that better approximate how humans have been running for centuries.
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