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in News 19.06.2016 16:53
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 ¡°Sorry Zero Drop.. you are Womens Converse All Star Low top UK Sale misleading your bloggers.. you state ¡°Most conventional running shoes have an average drop of 12 mm, which places too much impact and stress on the heel region¡±. Nonsense.. show me the proof.. published in a peer reviewed scientific journal.¡±

Based on this comment, ASICS appears pretty content to avoid following its major competitors (e.g., Saucony, New Balance, Nike and soon Brooks) into the minimalist fray. To be honest, I don¡¯t really care if they do ¨C there are plenty of options out there nowadays from other companies, and it¡¯s ASICS loss if the movement continues forward and they lose out on a growing sector of the running shoe market (according to Leisure Trends Group, minimalist models made up 39% of all trail shoes sold in April 2011 ¨C they accounted for only 3% in 2010).

Finally, there¡¯s a snide remark about minimalist shoes following the path of toning shoes. However, I have a big problem with this. Toning shoes are an aberration that deviate humans farther from the condition we are born with (barefoot). Minimalist shoes bring us closer to our natural condition (barefoot). I would argue that the Asics Kinsei or Kayano has a lot more in common with a Sketchers Shape-Up than the Vibram Fivefingers do. I, fo Womens Converse SB Cheap Sale r one, was not born with a hunk of unstable cushioning under my foot (like the Sketchers provide), nor was I born with my heel lifted 12mm off the ground with a support element wedged below my arch.

And yes, runner¡¯s will always get injured, and we will do so because we are often dumb and run more than we should and when we should not. However, in the absence of clinical trials, which ASICS has not published in a peer reviewed journal to show that their own shoes reduce injuries, we rely mostly on anecdote. Anecdotes suggest that some runners benefit from a barefoot or minimalist approach. Why ignore this? If you believe that humans are variable, why is the 12mm model so ubiquitous in the ASICS shoe lineup. Where¡¯s the evidence?

Bartold then discusses that he believes some runners should forefoot strike, and I agree. Some people will naturally forefoot strike in any shoe you give them, just as some people will continue to heel strike even when you take their shoes off ¨C see Daniel Lieberman¡¯s 2010 Nature paper for evidence of this. However, both cases are rare ¨C forefoot striking in lifted shoes is not common, just as heel striking barefoot is not common. I also agree that many runners do just fine heel striking, but anecdotal evidence (and I get a lot of it) suggests that others do not, and that moving to less shoe can be of great benefit. Does everyone need to go minimalist? No, absolutely not. If you are running pain free in ASICS 2100 series shoes, by all means, keep doing so. Being able to run is what is important after all, and why mess with what¡¯s working. However, as Bartold points out, humans are variable, so why should we expect the 12mm lift, heel strike model to work for everyone? This is why I¡¯m so perplexed at his willingness to fight the minimalist movement. If some people are benefiting it, why all of the resistance Youth Converse All Star High top Cheap Sale ? Sure, ASICS makes racing flats that are similar to many minimalist shoes, but good luck to the recreational runner who wants to find a pair to try on and doesn¡¯t have access to a specialty running store. It¡¯s pretty darn unlikely that you¡¯ll find the Piranha or Hyperspeed at your local Foot Locker or Dick¡¯s Sporting Goods. Until recently, the average runner has had little choice but to go with the 12mm lift, heel striking model. Thankfully, progressive companies like Saucony, Merrell, Altra, Vibram, and New Balance are bringing alternativ Youth Converse All Star Low top Cheap Sale e options to the running masses.

Moving along, Bartold next says this:

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