Does Restricting Arm Motion Compromise Short Sprint Running Performance?

Abstract Background: Synchronized arm and leg motion are characteristic of human running. Leg motion is an obvious gait requirement, but arm motion is not, and its functional contribution to running performance is not known. Because arm-leg coupling serves to reduce rotation about the body’s vertical axis, arm motion may be necessary to achieve the body …

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