The study aimed to clarify the effect of shoes (WS) and tights (BT) with the support function on support leg during running. The subjects, eight female Japanese runners, ran for 1-min periods on a treadmill. Motion, electromyography (EMG), acceleration and angular velocity were recorded. The following results were obtained: 1) there was difference in the pronation angle between support shoes and non-support shoes. 2) There was difference in angle of lower leg in frontal plane between support shoes and non-support shoes. 3) Combination of WS and BT might decrease angle of the foot and shank in frontal plane and stabilize the trunk, but the effect varies depending on subjects.
Nishiura, Takanori; Seki, Keitaro; Enomoto, Yasushi; and Kogawa, Daisuke
"EFFECT OF SHOES AND TIGHTS WITH THE SUPPORT FUNCTION ON SUPPORT LEG DURING RUNNING,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 35:
1, Article 221.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol35/iss1/221