Individual effects of stride length and frequency on shock attenuation during running.

@article{Mercer2003IndividualEO,
  title={Individual effects of stride length and frequency on shock attenuation during running.},
  author={John Andrew Mercer and Paul Devita and Timothy R. Derrick and Barry T. Bates},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2003},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={
          307-13
        }
}
UNLABELLED Shock attenuation during running is the process of absorbing impact energy due to the foot-ground collision, reducing shock wave amplitude between the foot and head. Shock attenuation is affected by changes in stride length and stride frequency, but it is not clear whether either parameter individually affects shock attenuation. PURPOSE To identify the independent affects of stride length (SL) and stride frequency (SF) on shock attenuation. METHODS Subjects ( N = 10) completed… CONTINUE READING
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