Landing decelerations result in far greater vertical ground reaction forces (vGRF) than those experienced during cyclical movements such as walking and running (Zhang et al.
What does GRF stand for?
GRF stands for Ground Reaction Forces
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Instead, the key to top-flight sprinting is to maximize how hard each foot hits the ground, which allows sprinters to translate musculoskeletal and ground reaction forces into swift motion, said Bundle.
The runner falls forward while the ground reaction forces decrease and vertical work against gravity is reduced.
MBT (MASAI BAREFOOT TECHNOLOGY): "The shoe's sole is designed to create a rocking motion, which is supposed to reduce the ground reaction forces so the heel and arch take less pressure," says Cohen.
High-speed video enabled calculation of ground reaction forces and torque at the knee joint.
As a result, ground reaction forces are not properly dissipated, thus leading to injury.
This system measures vertical force and ground reaction forces, underfoot pressure, temporal and special gait parameters, and provides insight into muscle innervations, symmetry and coordination.
Their experimental results showed that ground reaction forces and physiological demands (oxygen uptake and heart rate) during alpine skiing were significantly higher than on the simulator.