The Specificity of Strength Exercises for Sprint Acceleration
Lambrianides, Y. and Blenkinsop, G. (2020). The Specificity of Strength Exercises for Sprint Acceleration. Proceedings of the 38th International Conference of Biomechanics in Sport, Liverpool, UK. 38 (227), pp. 900-903.
|Authors||Lambrianides, Y. and Blenkinsop, G.|
The purpose of the study was to use musculoskeletal modelling to examine the specificity of bounding and loaded countermovement jumps (CMJ) to sprinting acceleration. Ten male participants performed 10 m sprints, continuous bounding, and loaded CMJ’s. A generic OpenSim model was scaled to each individual and used to calculate joint moments, angles and angular velocities during maximal trials in each condition. Peak moment, angle at peak moment and angular velocity at peak moment for the ankle, knee, and hip joints were determined and statistically analysed using pair-wise equivalence and non-inferiority tests.
|Keywords||joint moments, sprinting, strength and conditioning|
|Journal||Proceedings of the 38th International Conference of Biomechanics in Sport, Liverpool, UK|
|Journal citation||38 (227), pp. 900-903|
|Web address (URL)||https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol38/iss1/227|
|21 Jul 2020|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||09 Dec 2020|
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