Force, Motion, Speed: A Grounded Perspective on Human Running Performance

Sprinting speed during all four phases of a short sprint is determined by the ratio of body weight/ground reaction force (maximum forces applied to the ground in relation to body mass). In theory, improvement occurs by altering one or both of these variables: eliminating excess body fat (weight loss) and/or increasing ground reaction force (GRF). ...

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