Biomechanical Model of Sprint Technique: Backward vs. Forward Sled Towing on Speed, Jumping, and Leg Compliance, Blog by NASEinc

Abstract: Resisted sprinting (RS) is a popular training method used to enhance sprinting performance in youth. However, research has only explored the effects of forward RS (FRS) training. We examined the effects of FRS and backward RS (BRS) and compared these with a traditional physical education curriculum (CON). One hundred fifteen boys (age 13–15 years) ...

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