Starting with the "right" foot minimizes sprint start time.


Although asymmetries in hand and foot performance have been examined using a variety of movement tasks that require the fine control of the timing and amplitude of force generation, foot asymmetries in a functional gross motor movement task, such as the track and field sprint start, have yet to be examined. Twenty individuals (10 experienced, 10… (More)


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@article{Eikenberry2008StartingWT, title={Starting with the "right" foot minimizes sprint start time.}, author={Adam Eikenberry and Jim McAuliffe and Timothy N. Welsh and Carlos E Zerpa and Moira N McPherson and Ian J. Newhouse}, journal={Acta psychologica}, year={2008}, volume={127 2}, pages={495-500} }