This is the hope of many runners: tie a pair of bright-colored new running shoes and feel the pain and pain of running. But despite the color and bold addition of gel, foam, air bag and arch bracket, more than 50% of runners have almost the same speed as 30 years ago. Running ( Maybe not Fair) It is believed that this should be attributed to general orthopedic wear, but the sport is linked to a sport that may make the NFL look reasonable. However, due to the less subtle stimulation of marketing, many people think that expensive running shoes can reduce the chances of injury. It is reported that the company is at the forefront of barefoot running, and recently the company has misled shoe buyers that their popular minimalist shoes can reduce damage. However, it is difficult to judge the failure of modern shoe technology in reducing the damage rate, unless it is first taken into account that the features of \"ordinary\" runners have changed dramatically since the introduction of modern running shoes. In the past 30 years, running has gone from what the well-trained runners who take part in sports to what the masses like. According to the Sports and Fitness Industry Association, in the United StatesS. At least 50 runs in 2012. And the numbers are increasing. Research has found many mixed factors that predict running, making things more difficult Related damage Certain running injuries occur in women, in men, in young people, in those who are too light, and in those who are already injured. However, it is puzzling that after jogging in the park, anyone is back home. But can we really blame these injuries on the shoes the runners are wearing? Blaming the injury on your running shoes seems a bit like blaming bogey for the golf club mistake. In fact, Brian Metzler, editor-in-chief of running magazine, said, \"the idea that running shoes can prevent injuries is wrong. \"Blaming all this on shoes, you ignore other more likely factors for running high injury rates, namely training mistakes and newcomers to the sport from non-athletes Running in the background. Metzler claims that some people in the running shoes industry believe that advances in shoe technology have prevented an increase in injury rates. But sports scientists don\'t need to realize the reason for running as an executive Risk activity is the repeated impact of each step. The weight of each joint, bone, muscle and tendon from the foot to the lower back is five times the weight of the human body, so far, trying to suppress this energy by changing what is fixed on the foot does not reduce damage. However, the belief that the risk of injury is defined only by the strength and number of times the foot strikes the ground is fundamentally flawed. Conversely, the way the body\'s muscles and nervous systems react to this effect is a key determinant of body stress. After all, running steps are the perfect personalized and complex blend of foot, ankle, knee, hip and upper body movements. Trying to control the risk of injury must always compete with the complexity of the running pace and the inherent personality of each runner. Introduction to Nike gasoline- The filling film in the downwind sole, often referred to as a traditional running shoe, until recently, the design of this modern running shoe was changed by changing the rigidity and arch support of the shoe. The progress of the shoe\'s buffer material, not necessarily the design itself, is a measure of innovation. \"Part of the problem,\" says Jay Dicharry, a physical therapist and biomechanics analyst, \"is the whole shoe industry doing a really bad job of matching shoes to feet . . . . . . All methods used to match feet to shoes cannot be used as an effective way to classify runners to match shoes. The book triggered a second wave of runners who thought the runners were deceived by the shoe industry and put on a shoe that interrupted the evolution of millions of years, forcing the runners into the running style, this actually causes more problems than it fixes. In 2012, with the surge in recommendation and mass media, sales of traditional running shoes increased by 300% year-on-year to 19%. The barefoot exercise section is driven by research that, based on the theoretical benefits of barefoot running, observed that there are more local barefoot runners than those of us running in shoes. It was observed that each cross-step of these runners landed first at the front of the foot, which demonstrated how we evolved the design to run, and that running in this way would greatly reduce the impact and therefore the injury. Minimalist shoes are designed to mimic the low ground feel of running barefoot and theoretically encourage a change in running style. But barefoot running shoes cannot make a difference in injury statistics, not in the wrong science or lies, but the inevitable conclusion that changing the way we run is challenging for most people. In fact, the fatal weakness of barefoot running is that it assumes that the adopter can quickly transform into a completely different running style and leave a familiar heel --toe pattern. Even those who have been able to run barefoot, Long-term studies do not show a reduced risk of injury, and some even believe that running barefoot can lead to certain types of injuries. Even so, many people in the running world will agree that barefoot running shoes have injected change into the 30-year industry, and the shoes produced do not necessarily reflect the evolving sports medicine research. Recently, the shoe industry seems to have abandoned the minimalist shoes with low buff and low ground, and switched to the \"maximize\" shoes with high buff. While the shoe design seems to be based on the concept of \"more\", it actually borrows some of the concepts of minimalism, namely, lightweight materials. The extreme design was originally designed for the super player and has now become the first choice for all runners. While, intuitively, adding additional support should suppress the high power of running on a car like a spring, the benefits of the maximum shoe have largely not been studied Metzler said, \"I think there can be several different shoe types for runners, each with a specific use. \"Metzler believes that thick buff-maximizing shoes are more suitable for slower runs to recover, while shoes as low as ground are more suitable for faster exercise. Carson caplire, senior product manager for Brooks Running, admitted that the difficulty of designing a shoe to reduce damage is trying to adapt to the unique features of each runner, he said, \"That\'s why we shifted our attention from a standardized baseline or\" the right way \", starting with the personality of the runner. The future of the running shoe design is to design a shoe that helps the runner to maintain normal sports mode. \"We may be born to run, but we may not be born to run well. Skills that make runners more efficient and potentially harmful in a way similar to learning basketball or tennis -- Resist more practice than usually thought. However, few people are bothered to acquire these skills before dealing with a 5k or marathon. Changes in footwear affect the amount of impact the body absorbs during running, but do not change the basic stress of activity. If you put all your beliefs on the idea that running barefoot or running in high buff shoes can make you run long distances without injury, you may be disappointed. In fact, Dr. Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman\'s research has driven barefoot to some extent, saying himself, \"how a person runs can be more important than what\'s on his feet, but things on your feet may affect the way you run. In the face of confusing running shoes, the general wisdom seems to be to choose a shoe that suits your running style, rather than hoping that the shoe will change you.