Stride length in distance running: velocity, body dimensions, and added mass effects.

@article{Cavanagh1989StrideLI,
  title={Stride length in distance running: velocity, body dimensions, and added mass effects.},
  author={Peter Re Cavanagh and Rodger Kram},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1989},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={467-79}
}
The preferred stride frequency (SF) and stride length (SL) of male recreational distance runners were measured on a level treadmill under a variety of conditions over the typical distance running speed range of 3.15-4.12 m.s-1. At a given speed, the correlation coefficients between the subjects' anthropometric variables (APV) (such as stature, leg length, and limb segment mass) and their preferred stride variables were consistently low (less than or equal to 0.36) and not significantly… CONTINUE READING
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