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The Non-Motorised Treadmill Conditions Should Increases Step Frequency in Order to Match Overground Velocities

Writer:realleaderfitnessDate:2017-2-14 08:38:32
The moderate and small increases in RF/ST co-contraction data during the NMT condition while jogging and the very large increase in RF/ST co-contraction data while running (in comparison with overground and motorised treadmill conditions) indicates that a proportionally higher RF input was present. The small reductions in TA/SL co-contraction data during the non-motorised treadmill conditions condition implied that a higher SL contribution was present throughout jogging and running rials. overground and motorised treadmill trials were similar but the non-motorised treadmill conditions appeared to induce higher levels of RF and SL stress with the exception of walking trials, which indicates that different jogging and running techniques are required to match overground velocities. This suggests that the non-motorised treadmill conditions creates large to very large reductions in cycle times and therefore increases step frequency in order to match OG and motorised treadmill velocities. This would also question the similarity of non-motorised treadmill conditions locomotion and overground locomotion. 
This entry was posted on February 14, 2017 Fitness