Would you like to help develop safety and performance ratings for running shoes?
Then the University of Newcastle needs you!
The University of Newcastle are working hard to develop the high level clinical evidence required when prescribing running shoes.
They are currently conducting two trials comparing injury rates and performance in runners wearing running shoes of varying heel-toe differentials and degrees of cushioning. The first is a RCT focussed on the immediate adaptation period and the second is a cohort study examining runners who have already fully adapted to their shoes.
If you can help and would like to participate please refer to the flyer below for more information.