Measuring the vibrations of runners' strides could help prevent muscle injuries
from Popular Science
Despite its worldwide popularity as a form of exercise, running — whether it’s long-distance or sprinting — is grueling. It not only requires an incredible amount of mental focus and a high pain tolerance, but it’s also extremely taxing on the body. Unlike sports such as swimming or cycling, running is a high-impact activity. With each stride, your foot collides with the ground. This impact sends vibrations to every muscle you've got. Over time, that can lead to muscle fatigue and injury.
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