Sport Innovation/Accelerometers in Running/References

Introduction

Mechanism

Application to endurance running

FAQs


References

Chen, K. Y., & Sun, M. (1997). Improving energy expenditure estimation by using a triaxial accelerometer. The American Physiological Society, 83, 2112-2122.

Conger, S. A., Strath, S. J., & Basset Jr, D. R. (2005). Validity and reliability of the FitSense FS-1 speedometer during walking and running. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 26, 208-213. doi:10.1055/s2004-820958

Fellin, R. E., Manal, K., & Davis, I. S. (2010). Comparison of lower extremity kinematic curves during overground and treadmill running. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 26, 407-414.

Hodgins, D. (2004). A three-axis accelerometer. Medical Device Technology, 1, 25-26.

James, D. A., Davey, N., & rice, T. (2004). An accelerometer based platform for insitu elite athlete performance analysis. IEEE Sensors Conference, Vienna, Austria. 1373-1376. doi:10.1109/ICSENS.2004.1426439

Kane, N. A., Simmons, M. C., John, D., Thompson, D. L., & Rasset, D. R. (2010). Validity of the nike+ device during walking and running. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 31, 101-105. doi:10.1055/s-0029-1242810

Williams, D., & Rawat, S. (2008). SI units, force, mass and acceleration. Anasthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, 9(9), 378-380.

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