By Vladimir Zatsiorsky
Textual content for coaches, physicians, athletes, and scholars excited by the issues of recreation biomechanics. Halftone illustrations.
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Speciﬁcally, the plateau region and the descending limb of the force–length relationship can be determined directly from the amount of myoﬁlament overlap and the assumptions of the cross-bridge theory that: (i) the actin and myosin ﬁlaments are essentially rigid; (ii) they have periodically aligned attachment sites and cross-bridges, respectively; and (iii) each crossbridge exerts the same amount of force and work independently of other cross-bridges and its own time history (Fig. 3). In principle, the muscle force–length relationship states that the maximal force of a muscle depends on its length.
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Biomechanics in Sport: Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention by Vladimir Zatsiorsky