A comparative analysis of leg morphology between sprinters and non-sprinters reveals surprising results

A comprehensive knowledge of human biomechanics is useful for training athletes more effectively. From a biomechanical perspective, sprinting is challenging in comparison to walking and endurance running, making it an intriguing area of research. In addition, a detailed biomechanical understanding of sprinter limbs can be insightful for more effective training of sprinters and for advancing our understanding of human motor performance in general.

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