A systematic review comparing physiological, perceptual and performance measures between treadmill and overground running

Jayme Miller, Bas Van Hooren, Chris Bishop, Jonathan Buckley, Richard Willy & Joel Fuller
Motorised treadmills are commonly used by researchers, clinicians and athletes to simulate overground running for a variety of different health-related purposes (e.g. exercise tolerance testing, rehabilitation from injury, and athlete training). Treadmill running is advantageous in research and clinical situations as it offers a convenient means of investigating continuous running activity, while allowing consistent control of environmental elements such as surface gradient, running velocity and ambient temperature. However, since running is typically performed overground in...
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