Corpus ID: 133662115

Knee Joint Forces in Relation to Ground Surface Stiffness during Running

@inproceedings{Price2017KneeJF,
  title={Knee Joint Forces in Relation to Ground Surface Stiffness during Running},
  author={Victoria Price},
  year={2017}
}
RUNNING By Victoria Price May 2017 Director of Thesis: Paul DeVita Major Department: Kinesiology Abstract: Running shoes and surfaces have been developed to help enhance running efficiency and to reduce ground impacts by altering the total surface stiffness. However, to maintain running mechanics, an individual will increase leg joint stiffness while running across a more compliant ground surface and show an inverse effect when running across harder surfaces. Increasing leg stiffness causes… Expand

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