The use of a non-motorized treadmill for analysing sprint performance

@inproceedings{Lakomy1987TheUO,
  title={The use of a non-motorized treadmill for analysing sprint performance},
  author={Henryk K. A. Lakomy},
  year={1987}
}
  • Henryk K. A. Lakomy
  • Published 1987
  • Engineering
  • The measurement of human power output and anaerobic capacity in high-intensity exercise has traditionally been made using cycle ergometers. The assessment of power output during running has proved difficult because previous approaches have limited themselves to using motorized treadmills. In the present study the problems associated with motorized treadmills were overcome by using a non-motorized treadmill which was instrumented so as to allow the measurement of power output during sprint… CONTINUE READING

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