Cadence in youth long-distance runners is predicted by leg length and running speed Article (Faculty180)

cited authors

  • Taylor-Haas, Jeffery A; Garcia, Mi C; Rauh, Mitchell J; Peel, Shelby; Paterno, Mark V; Bazett-Jones, David M; Ford, Kevin R; Long, Jason T


  • Lower cadence has been previously associated with injury in long-distance runners. Variations in cadence may be related to experience, speed, and anthropometric variables. It is unknown what factors, if any, predict cadence in healthy youth long-distance runners.

publication date

  • 2022

published in

start page

  • 266

end page

  • 270


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