According to The Daily Economic News, Elizabeth Palermo released a new running shoe at 02: 05 p. m. , which made you take the first step.
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A shoe has been developed using a micro pocket spring
The mattress uses the same one --
Absorb the vibration of the runner\'s foot hitting the ground.
Developed by researchers from central Lancashire University (UCLan)
The experimental shoe will be on display at the Royal Society Summer Science Fair, which opens in London on July 2.
Despite the continuous improvement in the design of running shoes, injuries have affected more than 70% casual runners in a given year, said Jim Richards, lead researcher this spring. loaded shoe.
When the runner\'s foot hits a solid ground, a shock wave is generated, moving up the leg and possibly leading to splints such as the Shin (
The runner\'s knee (
Inflammation of the knee)
Or stress fracture (
Small fracture, the most common one is the shin).
Starting from 1980, running shoes are used as shock-
As an absorption buffer of the damper, it helps to prevent this damage.
But researchers at UCLan suspect that runners need more than an extra buff to prevent injuries.
Richards said in a statement about this summer\'s science exhibition: \"If you have a car suspension with only a damper and no Springs, then you will have a very bumpy journey.
\"Therefore, having one can provide and can provideimproved shock-
Absorption system compared to existing technology.
\"The researchers, in collaboration with Leeds mattress maker Harrison spapix, have developed a lightweight micro-spring that can be embedded in the sole of the sneakers to provide greater lifting for runners as they leave the ground. [
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Adjusting the spring and damper arrangement in the shoe, we can optimize its impact-
Absorption performance, \"Richards said.
\"We will also be able to adjust the arrangement of each runner, which is particularly important because everyone has different running styles and physiological features that affect the risk of different types of injuries.
\"Visitors to the Royal Society\'s Summer Science Exhibition this year will be able to try the prototype of spring --
Strengthen running shoes.
Richards and his team will always be ready to speed up the meter, explain the science behind the shoes and, of course, collect some additional data.
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