HOW THE PELVIS MOVES DURING RUNNING IN EXPERIENCED HURDLERS
Keywords: pelvic a-p tilt, interval run, asymmetry
AbstractIt was said that dash is a symmetric movement. While, it can be said that hurdling is an asymmetric movement. It is thought that the interval running has some different aspects of a usual dash. However, there are few reports about the features of interval running. By the way, there are a lot of reports about pelvic movement during walking and running, and these reports were evidence that the movement of lower limbs greatly influence the pelvic movement. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to clarify the feature of hurdlers running based on the movement of the pelvis.
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