Alphaflys/Vaporfly/next % IMO are to be used for sessions and races only, not everyday shoe, but a couple of times a week. Helps with receovery from session and also hit faster paces.
There are supposed to be more injuries pushed further up due to the shoes, but I put that down to over training as well. Have a mate who is just coming back from a sacrum fracture.
And talking to his physio…he said shoes could be a portion of it, but its more likely him sitting down all day at work / driving etc and then working out pretty hard when hes running.
Inactivity to heavy activity i guess. If he did gym strengthening work or had a more strenous job, or did more labouring tasks may have strengthened the area better and not got injured.
I played footy against Peter Knights when we were both at High School. He played for some combined Gippsland High School team I think, and I played for the Metro division our High school was in. He was playing for Hawthorn at the time, and I also remember that while he was about 6’1", he always seemed much taller as he was usually standing on my head taking a screamer.