A new study suggests that the time when outdoor sports players should wear sneakers is now.
The study was conducted by scientists from the University of Wyoming, who looked at data collected by over 10,000 participants in the Outdoor Sports Alliance and Outdoor Academy Outdoor Academy Sports, Inc. data.
The researchers looked at the athletes’ participation in outdoor sports from 2009 to 2012 and found that the majority of outdoor sports participants wore sneakers.
The findings were published in the Journal of Outdoor Medicine.
For instance, in 2010, the study found that just 3 percent of outdoor athletes wore sneakers when playing basketball or soccer.
But that number jumped to 23 percent when wearing sneakers during the Winter Olympics.
The data also showed that while the average amount of time athletes spent walking in sneakers was just three minutes, it was up to eight minutes for tennis, seven minutes for football, and 11 minutes for basketball.
The scientists also noted that footwear was one of the least important factors for those who were injured or lost their shoes.
According to the study, wearing sneakers is often the only way for people to avoid being hit by a car or falling down a steep slope.
The researchers also noted in their report that wearing sneakers in the winter, especially during the coldest months, is not recommended.
When looking at shoes as an overall workout, however, the findings were more positive.
Researchers found that those who wore sneakers were significantly less likely to injure themselves in the heat of the day, and those who took them in the offseason were more likely to run a shorter distance and improve their performance.
According the report, those who used footwear to help them run farther were less likely than those who did not to experience injury.
The research was conducted with more than 10,200 participants.