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The relation between different phases of sprint run and specific strength parameters of lower limbs

The sprint is determined by the ability to accelerate, the magnitude of maximal velocity and the ability to maintain velocity against the onset of fatigue. For the sprint coach it is important to have objective information concerning horizontal velocity, in the different phases of sprinting and the key mechanisms to these different phases. The aim of our study is to examine the relationships between the different phases of 100m sprinting and the results obtained with different tests, where we quantify the capability to produce force in isometric, and stretch shortening cycle (SSC) contraction modes. The inexistence of correlation between different phases of sprint, and the tests seem hard to explain. Different explanation could be given.
© Copyright 2005 International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference Proceedings. Springer. Published by The China Institute of Sport Science. All rights reserved.

Subjects: biomechanics analysis modelling track and field sprint short-distance running contraction movement velocity velocity strength speed strength
Notations: technical and natural sciences biological and medical sciences
Published in: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference Proceedings
Editors: Q. Wang
Published: Beijing The China Institute of Sport Science 2005
Volume: 1
Pages: 183-186
Document types: book
congress proceedings
Language: English
Level: advanced