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Fatigued Running Is Associated with Control Ankle Pronation and Knee Flexion During the Stance Phase

Writer:realleaderfitnessDate:2017-1-17 09:45:45
  In line with the observation of a reduced shock absorbing capacity of the lower extremity after 40 min of high-intensity treadmill running, 24 our players’ability to cushion impact was also diminished with fatigue, as indicated by greater LR values. While most of the adjustments in stride kinematics and SMM characteristics occurred within the first few intervals, with only minor changes after the third interval, LR values only became significantly different during the last compared to the first interval. This indicates that such LR changes manifested as fatigue became more prominent, probably when the kinematic compensation would not be able to keep the impact dissipation in control. Specifically, fatigued treadmill running has been associated with a relative inability to eccentrically control ankle pronation and/or knee flexion during the stance phase.
  This entry was posted in Fitness on Jan 17, 2017