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This is potentially quite big! Continuous 3D running analysis

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by toomoon, Sep 1, 2016.

  1. toomoon

    toomoon Well-Known Member


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    Flux : Journal of Biomechanics
    Publi? le : mercredi 31 ao?t 2016 02:00
    Auteur : Jasper Reenalda, Erik Maartens, Lotte Homan, J.H. (Jaap) Buurke
    Objet : Continuous three dimensional analysis of running mechanics during a marathon by means of inertial magnetic measurement units to objectify changes in running mechanics

    Recent developments in wearable and wireless sensor technology allow for a continuous three dimensional analysis of running mechanics in the sport specific setting. The present study is the first to demonstrate the possibility of analyzing three dimensional (3D) running mechanics continuously, by means of Inertial Magnetic Measurement Units, to objectify changes in mechanics over the course of a marathon.Three well trained male distance runners ran a marathon while equipped with inertial magnetic measurement units on trunk, pelvis, upper legs, lower legs and feet to obtain a 3D view of running mechanics and to asses changes in running mechanics over the course of a marathon.
     
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