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Estimating load in running: proposal of a novel simulation method

@inproceedings{Skej2019EstimatingLI,
  title={Estimating load in running: proposal of a novel simulation method},
  author={Sebastian Deisting Skej{\o}},
  year={2019}
}
Running is a popular activity, but also an activity associated with a high incidence of injuries. In order to properly understand the aetiology of running, methods that can estimate the load of specific bodily structures, such as ligaments and muscles, in large, outdoor studies are needed. A novel simulation method based on a parametric statistical model of running and optimization of a few easily obtainable kinematic and anthropometric measures, is proposed. A candidate optimization objective… Expand

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