AMR Aid Station: Why Do I Get Holes In The Toes Of My Running Shoes?
Another Mother Runner featured HSS physical therapist Curtis Wu, PT, DPT, CSCS, who explained how a limited range of motion in the ankle could affect a runner's kinetic chain.
"If you are lacking range of motion, you may compensate in other ways, in the hip and knee, to try to get your body weight forward as you're swinging your leg forward. People might turn their hip out, instead of tracking straight forward, of their knee might collapse in. [Holes in the toes of your shoes] is a predictor of runner's knee," said Wu.
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