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Studies  in children have shown that when they wear shoes,their gait is significantly different to when they don聮t. Children wearingshoes were found to be walking faster, taking longer steps with increasedmotion of the knee and ankle. Shoes also lead to a heel striking motion whenrunning. Other research has shown that developing countries 聳 where many walkand run barefoot 聳 experience far lower rates of injuries to the bones andconnective tissues in the legs 聳 injuries commonly seen amongst shod runners inthe developed world.

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Runners  are recommended to keep their foot nearly horizontalas the ball of their foot strikes the ground, and then to gradually lower theheel to the ground. Landings should feel comfortable, soft and with some bouncein them.

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