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Foot orthoses and crank power output during cycling

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 12, 2015.

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    Foot orthoses do not affect crank power output during maximal exercise on a cycle-ergometer
    Boon K Yeo, David M Rouffet, Daniel R Bonanno
    Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport; Article in Press
     
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    On the Relationship Between Pedal Force and Crank Angular Velocity in Sprint Cycling.
    Bobbert, Maarten F.; Casius, L.J. Richard; van Soest, Arthur J.
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: December 21, 2015
     
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    Preliminary study : the effect of biomechanical foot orthotics in bilateral pedalling asymmetry in three cyclists affected by an anatomic asymmetry
    Geoffrey Millour
    Conference Paper (PDF Available) · June 2016 with 20 Reads
    Conference: Science & Cycling, At Caen

     
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    Differences in pedalling technique between road cyclists of different competitive levels.
    García-López J et al
    J Sports Sci. 2016 Sep;34(17):1619-26. doi: 10.1080/02640414.2015.1127987
     
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    The effect of torsional shoe sole stiffness on knee moment and gross efficiency in cycling
    Jared R. Fletcher, Michael J. Asmussen, Sandro R. Nigg, Brian R. MacIntosh & Benno M. Nigg
    Journal of Sports Sciences: 18 Jan 2019
     
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    The Effect of Cycling Shoes and the Shoe-Pedal Interface on Maximal Mechanical Power Output in Bicycling
    Burns, Andrew
    Undergraduate Honors Theses. 1907.
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    During Cycling What Limits Maximum Mechanical Power Output at Cadences above 120 rpm?
    Hodson-Tole, Emma F. et al
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: August 5, 2019 - Volume Publish Ahead of Print - Issue - p
     
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    The effect of cycling shoes and the shoe-pedal interface on maximal mechanical power output during outdoor sprints
    Andrew C. Burns & Rodger Kram
    Footwear Science : 24 May 2020
     
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    Acute effect of biomechanical foot orthotics on drag area and perceived comfort in cyclists affected by an anatomic asymmetry in time trial position
    Anthony Bouillod et al
    Journal of Science and Cycling. https://doi.org/10.28985/0620.jsc.01
     
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