ASYMMETRY IN SPRINT RUNNING: STRENGTH AND PERFORMANCE INTERACTIONS

@inproceedings{Exell2016ASYMMETRYIS,
  title={ASYMMETRY IN SPRINT RUNNING: STRENGTH AND PERFORMANCE INTERACTIONS},
  author={Timothy A Exell and Marianne J.R. Gittoes and Gareth Irwin and David G. Kerwin},
  year={2016}
}
Asymmetry in sprint running can influence performance and injury. The aim of this study was to investigate the interaction between asymmetry in sprint performance and lowerlimb strength. Ground reaction force data were collected from eight sprint runners whilst performing maximal effort squat jumps. Asymmetry during jump tests was compared with asymmetry of step responses and kinetic variables collected during maximal velocity sprint running trials. Significant positive correlations were… CONTINUE READING

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