By Christoph Zinner, Billy Sperlich
The e-book includes fresh examine approximately body structure, psychology, meals and coaching facets of Marathon operating of other age, gender and function point. the elemental wisdom of marathon operating with factors of the physiological and mental mechanisms brought about by means of marathon education with the linked diversifications and next stronger physiological capacities are offered in a reader pleasant layout for researchers and practitioners. The ebook encompasses a complete diversity of valuable functional wisdom, in addition to trainings ideas to steer the reader to run marathon swifter. After studying the e-book the reader is ready to boost education plans and owns the information approximately updated medical ends up in the fields of body structure, psychology, meals in marathon running.
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Stöggl and T. Wunsch In the classic study of Pollock (1977) it was demonstrated that elite runners with a _ 2max values but better running economy when focus on marathon had lower VO compared with those who focused on shorter running distances. From a biomechanical point of view running economy is affected by a number of variables such as stride length and stride rate (Cavanagh and Williams 1982), ground contact time (Nummela et al. 2007), ground reaction forces (Nummela et al. 2007), muscular activity (Kyrolainen et al.
Stöggl and T. Wunsch body which influences the physiological and biomechanical movement pattern to change away from the baseline condition (Hunter and Smith 2007; Maclaren et al. 1989). The internal changes with fatigue could therefore ultimately lead to external kinematic and kinetic changes during a marathon which affect the stride characteristics and contribute to a reduction in running economy up to 15 % (Hunter and Smith 2007; Kyrolainen et al. 2000). 1 Related to Performance As response to fatigue, athletes slightly change their running kinematics within a stride cycle.
Marathon Running: Physiology, Psychology, Nutrition and Training Aspects by Christoph Zinner, Billy Sperlich