Biomechanical aspects of sprint running


Iain Fletcher

This article is designed to explore some of the biomechanical parameters which make up sprint performance. The aim is that from this outline, some of the training modalities which are most relevant in the preparation of sprint athletes, can be as certained and integrated into effective speed development programmes.

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