EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT RESISTED SPRINT RUNNING METHODS ON STRIDE LENGTH, STRIDE FREQUENCY, AND CG VERTICAL OSCILLATION
Keywords: kinematics, 2D photogrammetry, speed running, resisted sprint training
AbstractSprint velocity can be increased thanks to specific strength improvements (Korchemny, 1985). The training principle of specificity states that for a training session to be effective, it must maintain similar characteristics to the sport requirements (Sale, 2003). With the use of resisted sprint running methods, possible benefits are specific strength improvements and an increase in stride length (Faccioni, 1994). However, these methods have not been scientifically proven yet (Sheppard, 2004).
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