The purpose of this study was to assess kinematic and kinetic adaptation during a 30 min run. It was hypothesized that kinematics and kinetics would adapt at different rates. A recreationally trained runner with approximately 10 years of running experience was recruited for the study. Three dimensional kinematic and kinetic variables were assessed during a 30 min run. All measures exhibited varied adaptation trends with most measures not stabilizing during the exercise period. A longer running period may be needed in running gait analysis to produce a more comprehensive adaptation profile.
Wilhoite, Sydni Ms; Li, Li; Mutchler, Jessica; and Munkasy, Barry
"ANKLE JOINT COMPLEX KINEMATIC AND KINETIC ADAPTATION DURING THIRTY-MINUTES OF TREADMILL RUNNING: A CASE STUDY,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 36:
1, Article 240.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol36/iss1/240