Data from: Muscle-tendon unit length changes differ between young and adult sprinters in first stance phase of sprint running

Jeroen Aeles, Ilse Jonkers, Sofie Debaere, Christophe Delecluse & Benedicte Vanwanseele
The aim of this study was to compare young and adult sprinters on several biomechanical parameters that were previously highlighted as performance-related and to determine the behaviour of several muscle-tendon units (MTU) in the first stance phase following a block start in sprint running. The ground reaction force (GRF) and kinematic data were collected from 16 adult and 21 young well-trained sprinters. No difference between the groups was found in some of the previously-highlighted performance-related...
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