This is because joggers tend to land on their heels, which increases their 'loading rate' - the impact of them hitting the ground. Experts say this force makes them more likely to suffer an injury during their early morning run or late night jog. While those who run bare foot or with minimal support put most of their body weight onto the ball of their foot and are at a much lower risk .......

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