Biomechanics and physiology of uphill and downhill running

Most running studies have considered level running, yet the regulation of locomotor behaviour during uphill and downhill running is fundamental to increase our understanding of human locomotion. The purpose of this article was to review the existing literature regarding biomechanical, neuromuscular and physiological adaptations during graded running

Most running studies have considered level running, yet the regulation of locomotor behaviour during uphill and downhill running is fundamental to increase our understanding of human locomotion. The purpose of this article was to review the existing literature regarding biomechanical, neuromuscular and physiological adaptations during graded running

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Biomechanics and physiology of uphill and downhill running