Is There an Economical Running Technique? A Review of Modifiable Biomechanical Factors Affecting Running Economy

@inproceedings{Moore2016IsTA,
  title={Is There an Economical Running Technique? A Review of Modifiable Biomechanical Factors Affecting Running Economy},
  author={Isabel S Moore},
  booktitle={Sports medicine},
  year={2016}
}
Running economy (RE) has a strong relationship with running performance, and modifiable running biomechanics are a determining factor of RE. The purposes of this review were to (1) examine the intrinsic and extrinsic modifiable biomechanical factors affecting RE; (2) assess training-induced changes in RE and running biomechanics; (3) evaluate whether an economical running technique can be recommended and; (4) discuss potential areas for future research. Based on current evidence, the intrinsic… CONTINUE READING
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