Browsing by Author "Gindre, Cyrille"

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  • Duty factor is a viable measure to classify spontaneous running forms

    Patoz, Aurélien; Gindre, Cyrille; Thouvenot, Adrien; Mourot, Laurent; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Lussiana, Thibault (MDPI, 2019)
    Runners were classified using two different methods based on their spontaneous running form: (1) subjectively using the V®score from the Volodalen® scale, leading to terrestrial and aerial groups; and (2) objectively using ...
  • The implications of time on the ground on running economy: Less is not always better

    Lussiana, Thibault; Patoz, Aurélien; Gindre, Cyrille; Mourot, Laurent; Hébert-Losier, Kim (The Company of Biologists Ltd., 2019)
    A lower duty factor (DF) reflects a greater relative contribution of leg swing to ground contact time during the running step. Increasing time on the ground has been reported in the scientific literature to both increase ...
  • Non-South East Asians have a better running economy and different anthropometrics and biomechanics than South East Asians

    Patoz, Aurélien; Lussiana, T; Breine, Bastiaan; Gindre, Cyrille; Mourot, Laurent; Hébert-Losier, Kim (NATURE PORTFOLIO, 2022-04-15)
    Running biomechanics and ethnicity can influence running economy (RE), which is a critical factor of running performance. Our aim was to compare RE of South East Asian (SEA) and non‑South East Asian (non‑SEA) runners at ...
  • PIMP Your Stride: Preferred Running Form to Guide Individualized Injury Rehabilitation

    Gindre, Cyrille; Breine, Bastiaan; Patoz, Aurélien; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Thouvenot, Adrien; Mourot, Laurent; Lussiana, Thibault (Frontiers Media SA, 2022-05-31)
    Despite the wealth of research on injury prevention and biomechanical risk factors for running related injuries, their incidence remains high. It was suggested that injury prevention and reconditioning strategies should ...
  • Recognition of foot strike pattern in Asian recreational runners.

    Patoz, Aurélien; Lussiana, Thibault; Gindre, Cyrille; Hébert-Losier, Kim (2019)
    Close to 90% of recreational runners rearfoot strike in a long-distance road race. This prevalence has been obtained from North American cohorts of runners. The prevalence of rearfoot strikers has not been extensively ...