Frictional and Kinetic Factors in The

  title={Frictional and Kinetic Factors in The},
  author={WALLACE 0. FENN and Carole A Morrison},
If one divides the energy equivalent of the total excess oxygen consumed as a result of a short sprint at top speed by the number of seconds occupied in the run, one finds1 (after correcting for the start and the pull up) (cf. Sargent, 1926) that the rate of energy expenditure while running at a maximum speed is about 13 horse power for an average man. From measurements on isolated muscles (Hill, 1926) as well as from calculations made by Furusawa, Hill and Parkinson (1927) on sprinters, it may… CONTINUE READING

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