Kinematics and kinetics of maximal velocity sprinting and specificity of training in elite athletes

@inproceedings{Sides2015KinematicsAK,
  title={Kinematics and kinetics of maximal velocity sprinting and specificity of training in elite athletes},
  author={Deborah Sides},
  year={2015}
}
Maximal velocity sprinting has been studied extensively from a biomechanical standpoint, however little is known of the biomechanics characteristics at sprint velocities that typify elite athletic performance, due to the difficulties in accessing such athletes and collecting data within a competitive environment. Research has investigated the optimal training to achieve such velocities, with a focus on the specificity of training principle. However the specificity of the common training methods… CONTINUE READING

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