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How the foot is positioned just before ground contact when walking or running is an ankle sprain risk factor.

Many people who have an ankle sprain will suffer from repeated ankle sprains throughout their lifetime.

A study has revealed that individuals who have a history of repetitive ankle sprain have lower clearance heights between their feet and the floor when running and pointed their toes down more during walking.

Read the full-length article: Position of Foot When Walking or Running Influences Ankle Sprain Risk

How to Start Running Infographic

How to Start Running Infographic

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