Relationship between shock attenuation and stride length during running at different velocities

@article{Mercer2002RelationshipBS,
  title={Relationship between shock attenuation and stride length during running at different velocities},
  author={J. Mercer and J. Vance and A. Hreljac and J. Hamill},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87},
  pages={403-408}
}
Abstract. The purpose of the study was to investigate the characteristics of shock attenuation during high-speed running. Maximal running speed was identified for each subject [n=8 males, 25 (SD 4.6) years; 80 (8.9) kg; 1.79 (0.06) m] as the highest speed that could be sustained for about 20 s on a treadmill. During testing, light-weight accelerometers were securely mounted to the surface of the distal antero-medial aspect of the leg and frontal aspect of the forehead. Subjects completed… Expand
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