Reducing horizontal force asymmetry may improve sprint performance

Traditionally, most coaches have emphasized development of vertical force production for enhancing sprinting speed. However, with accumulating new research, coaches are becoming increasingly aware of the important contribution that horizontal force production plays in sprinting speed. However, resistance training to enhance force production is often approached with the primary use of bilateral exercises. Some researchers …

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