Nov 28, 2008

Biomechanics: running over uneven terrain is a no-brainer

Current Biology : CB
Monica A Daley

Abstract

When runners encounter a sudden bump in the road, they rapidly adjust leg mechanics to keep from falling. New evidence suggests that they may be able to do this without help from the brain.

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Neuroregulation
Entire Nervous System
Brain
Biomechanics
Surface Properties
Acinonyx jubatus
Running (Physical Activity)
Locomotion
Kinematics
Leg

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