Tuesday, May 22, 2012

References – Chapter 3: Barefoot and Running

Below are the references discussed in Chapter 3 of Tread Lightly. Click on the citation text to read the abstract or PDF (for scientific articles) or to view book information.

Chapter 3 References

Bascomb N. The Perfect Mile: Three Athletes, One Goal, and Less Than Four Minutes to Achieve It. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004.

Crowell HP, Milner CE, Hamill J, Davis IS. 2010. Reducing Impact Loading During Running With the Use of Real-Time Visual Feedback. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 40(4): 206–213.

Crowell HP, Davis IS. 2011. Gait retraining to reduce lower extremity loading in runners. Clinical Biomechanics 26: 78–83.

Csapo R, Maganaris CN, Seynnes OR, Narici MV. 2010. On muscle, tendon, and high heels. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 2582–2588.

D’Aout K, Pataky TC, De Clerq D, Aerts P. 2009. The effects of habitual footwear use: foot shape and function in native barefoot walkers. Footwear Science 1(2): 81–94.

Dixon SJ, Collop AC, Batt ME. 2000. Surface effects on ground reaction forces and lower extremity kinematics in running. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 32(11): 1919–1926.

Feehery RV. 1986. The Biomechanics of Running on Different Surfaces. Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 3(4): 649–659.

Ferris DP, Louie M, Farley CT. 1998. Running in the real world: adjusting leg stiffness for different surfaces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265: 989–994.

Ferris DP, Liang K, Farley CT. 1999. Runners adjust leg stiffness for their first step on a new running surface. Journal of Biomechanics 32: 787–794.

Franz JR, Dicharry J, Jackson K, Wilder RP, Kerrigan DC. 2008. The Influence of Arch Supports on Knee Torques Relevant to Knee Osteoarthritis. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 40(5):913–917.

Heiderscheit B. 2011. Gait Retraining for Runners: In Search of the Ideal. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 41(12): 909–910.

Higdon H. Smart Running: Expert Advice On Training, Motivation, Injury Prevention, Nutrition, and Good Health. Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Rodale Books, 1998.

Kerrigan DC, Franz JR, Keenan GS, Dicharry J, Della Croce U, Wilder RP. 2009. The Effect of Running Shoes on Lower Extremity Joint Torques. PM&R 1: 1058–1063.

Leno JB. The Art of Boot and Shoemaking, A Practical Handbook. London: Crosby Lockwood and Co., 1885.

Lieberman D E, Venkadesan M, Werbel WA, Daoud AI, D’Andrea S, Davis, IS, Ojiambo Mang’Eni R, Pitsiladis Y. 2010. Foot strike patterns and collision forces in habitually barefoot versus shod runners. Nature 463: 531–535.

Macera CA, Pate RR, Powell KE, Jackson KL, Kendrick JS, Craven TE. 1989. Predicting Lower-Extremity Injuries Among Habitual Runners. Archives of Internal Medicine 149: 2565–2568.

Mafart B. 2007. Hallux valgus in a historical French population: Paleopathological study of 605 first metatarsal bones. Joint Bone Spine 74: 166–170.

Mays SA. 2005. Paleopathological study of hallux valgus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 126: 139–149.

Munson EL. The Soldier’s Foot and the Military Shoe. Wisconsin: The George Santa Publishing Company, 1912.

Newton, A. Running. London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1935.

Nigg BM. Biomechanics of Sports Shoes. Calgary: Topline Printing Inc., 2010.

Nigg BM, Wakeling JM. Impact Forces and Muscle Tuning: A New Paradigm. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews 29(1): 37–41.

Walter SD, Hart LE, McIntosh JM, Sutton JR. 1989. The Ontario Cohort Study of Running-Related Injuries. Archives of Internal Medicine 149: 2561–2564.

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