The surge in interest in barefoot running has raised a debate about how the foot should land on the ground when running without shoes. Many barefoot running protagonists argue that the ball of the foot - between the arch and the toe - should land first, not the heel. Now, a new study suggests older runners may find it harder to change from heel first to ball first and this could raise risk of injury. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>

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