Bando, Hiroshi Tokushima University|Japan Masters Athletics, Tokushima Division KAKEN Search Researchers
Murakami, Mitsuru Japan Masters Athletics, Kagawa Division
Moriyasu, Akito Rehabilitation Research Group for Body and Heart in Shikoku|Akiboshi Bright Star Training Rehabilitation Center
Japan Masters Athletics (JMA)
Two Axis Operation
Sole Hallux Area
Short Distance Sprint
Authors have continued actual attendance of races, lectures and workshops as board members of Japan Masters Athletics (JMA). The important factors for short distance sprint include flexibility, forward leaning, two axis operation, flat grounding, and not to kick on sole hallux area (foot thumb ball) but push on the heel. For faster and safer method of sprint, the movement of knee and pelvis is important. Just after flat grounding, the knee is bent and then femur and pelvis are sliding down forward immediately. This mechanism brings an athlete sprinter less power/tension and increased stride frequency.
Acta Scientific Orthopaedics
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