Research on Training Strategies of Ankle Joint Strength in Track and Field Sprint
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As a key type of track and field events, the track and field sprint itself has the distinguishing features of instantaneous and high-speed. Under this premise, if athletes want to have excellent results in track and field sprint, they must rely on their ankle joint strength, just because the ankle joint occupies more than 60% of the sprint strength from legs. If athletes can have strong ankle joints, they will have faster speed from rear legs and less frictional resistance. Therefore, in the daily training of the sprint in track and field events, the key is to exercise ankle joints and improve the speed of track and field sprint by enhancing the ankle joint strength.
Ankle joint strength, Track and field sprint, Training strategies