Biomechanics of Distance Running
Biomechanics of Distance Running is exclusively devoted to the scientific study of distance running mechanics. This volume should be an essential reference for sport biomechanists, exercise scientists, and elite track coaches.
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The Greek InfluenceAristotle
The Era of ObservationThe Weber Brothers
Mathematical MethodsBraune and Fischer
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