Inspired by both the natural race technique that our ancestors practised for centuries and the fastest animals on the planet, FBR running shoes reveal a revolutionary design that does away with the heel so that the athlete performs midfoot support.
Usin the support of the heel or hindfoot is a bad habit that we have acquired due to conventional running shoes, which have increased shock absorption in the heel area allowing the brain to relax and give the order to support all the weight of each stride onto the hind part of the foot, which produces a severe impact on the entire body that ends up in a large number of short, medium and long term injuries.
The FBR Concept contributes to the avoidance of the harmful impact that the conventional 'taloneus' results in for the muscles and joints of the body, and promotes an optimal contraction and elongation of both the muscles and the tendons of the leg in each stride, minimizing the negative phase of the same and thus enhancing your elastic energy during a race.
This design is the result of five years of research by specialists in the biomechanics of sports, podiatry and physiotherapy, carried out in the prestigious Sheffield Hallam University and both the University of Valencia and the European University of Valencia. Indeed, the results of these studies were presented at the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics, held in Dublin in July 2018, as well as at the 33rd International Conference on Biomechanics, which took place in Poitiers (France) in 2015. They have also been featured in the prestigious magazine Podiatry Now.
Ideal shoes for popular long-distance and mid-distance runners
The FBR Noa II are perfect shoes for runners of any level, popular or elite, and designed to train and compete on asphalt, dirt or track at running rates equal to or less than 3'30'' km: 3'30'', 4'00'', 5'00'', 6'00'', 7'00'', etc. as well as to start in the running technique with a floating heel.
The shoes include a complete training plan designed to help you, if you wish, to make a progressive and optimal muscular and tendon adaptation to the running technique with a floating heel.
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