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BIOMECHANICAL PERFORMANCE FACTORS IN POSE RUNNING AND HEEL-TOE RUNNING

@inproceedings{Fletcher2010BIOMECHANICALPF,
  title={BIOMECHANICAL PERFORMANCE FACTORS IN POSE RUNNING AND HEEL-TOE RUNNING},
  author={Graham Fletcher and Roger Bartlett and Nicholas Romanov},
  year={2010}
}
The aim of this paper is to identify known biomechanical performance factors between ten experienced Pose runners and ten experienced Heel-toe runners. Both groups of experienced runners were compared using nine kinematic variables. The Pose Group showed a distinct biomechanical profile and was significantly different from the Heel-toe Group. Known biomechanical performance factors were identified in the Pose Group for lower vertical oscillation, a more vertically aligned body at impact with a… CONTINUE READING

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