Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new Adidas badmasses shoes are not good for you, according to research by adidas.
Adidas’ research, published on Wednesday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, showed that the new Adidas shoes caused people to put their feet into a more neutral position in the shoe than they should have been.
Adidas said that the shoes caused an average of 8.6 kilograms of weight to be lost to the feet over a week.
However, it said the average person would not be losing as much as the 8.4 kilograms that the study found in other studies.
The study also showed that shoes with a heel strap, such as the one pictured above, caused people’s feet to stay in a more upright position than shoes with no straps.
“While a study like this can be used to make a case for recommending a specific shoe, we cannot predict the exact outcome in a population,” a spokesperson for adidas told The Irish News.
“This is because the shoes’ effect on people’s health will depend on a variety of factors, including lifestyle and environmental factors.”
If you’re looking for a new shoe for your feet, it’s important to think carefully about your current footwear.