Force and repetition in cycling: possible implications for iliotibial band friction syndrome.

@article{Farrell2003ForceAR,
  title={Force and repetition in cycling: possible implications for iliotibial band friction syndrome.},
  author={Kevin C Farrell and Kim D. Reisinger and Mark D. Tillman},
  journal={The Knee},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={
          103-9
        }
}
This study examined force and repetition during simulated distance cycling with regard to how they may possibly influence the on-set of the overuse injury at the knee called iliotibial band friction syndrome (ITBFS). A 3D motion analysis system was used to track lower limb kinematics during cycling. Forces between the pedal and foot were collected using a pressure-instrumented insole that slipped into the shoe. Ten recreational athletes (30.6+/-5.5 years) with no known history of ITBFS… CONTINUE READING

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