Effect of fatigue on navicular drop – my ‘Nobel Ig Prize’ for Biomechanics Research

I have previosuly done two posts ( here and here ) on the issue of fatigue and in one wrote: The reason that the issue is important is that most biomechanical studies and clinical assessments are done when runners are fresh and not fatigued. When they are fresh, they may not display what are assumed to be risk factors for an injury that they may display when they are fatigued

I have previosuly done two posts ( here and here ) on the issue of fatigue and in one wrote: The reason that the issue is important is that most biomechanical studies and clinical assessments are done when runners are fresh and not fatigued. When they are fresh, they may not display what are assumed to be risk factors for an injury that they may display when they are fatigued

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Effect of fatigue on navicular drop – my ‘Nobel Ig Prize’ for Biomechanics Research