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Level, Uphill, and Downhill Running Economy Values Are Correlated Except on Steep Slopes

Running economy is considered as a key factor of road running performance such as marathon. It is generally described by values of energy cost of running (ECR, i.e., the metabolic

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Bouncing behavior of sub‑four minute milers.

Middle distance runners demonstrate enormous fluctuations in speed, spanning the aerobic and anaerobiccontinuum. Elite runners further present as a population that has refined

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Multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial factors contributing to return to running and running related stress urinary incontinence in postpartum women.

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Running is a common activity in postpartum women, given its ease of access and minimal financial and social constraints. However, there is a high prevalence of musculoskeletal

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Peak and Per-Step Tibial Bone Stress During Walking and Running in Female and Male Recreational Runners

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In both men and women, the tibia is one of the most common sites of a bone stress injury (BSI). Women experience higher incidence of BSIs. Patients are at a heightened risk for

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Comparison of Botulinum Toxin A, Corticosteroid, and Anesthetic Injection for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is diagnosed in approximately 80% of patients with heel pain. It is triggered by collagen degeneration at the calcaneal origin of the plantar fascia attributed

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