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“…The angular momentum around the transverse axis was higher than those around the two other axes (Morlier and Cid, 1996) and the maximal values were reached before MPB. This pattern highlighted that the pole vaulter carries out muscular work to bend the pole more and thus store more strain energy (Gros, 1982;Gros and Kunkel, 1990;Angulo-Kinzler et al, 1994;Arampatzis et al, 2004;.…”

confidence: 95%

“…The angular momentum around the transverse axis was higher than those around the two other axes (Morlier and Cid, 1996) and the maximal values were reached before MPB. This pattern highlighted that the pole vaulter carries out muscular work to bend the pole more and thus store more strain energy (Gros, 1982;Gros and Kunkel, 1990;Angulo-Kinzler et al, 1994;Arampatzis et al, 2004;.…”

confidence: 95%

“…It reflected that pole vault is an extremely dramatic event where any vaulter, excellent or not, can fail and thus he or she must choose carefully and strategically the take-off angle, the gripping height and the pole stiffness to reduce the chance of failure (Hersh and Ladany, 1989). It was postulated that the neglected muscular work in pole support Cid, 1996, Morlier andMesnard, 2007) plays an important role for timing and regulation beside playing a role of increasing the mechanical energy.…”

confidence: 97%

“…To be conservative, the exact optimal values should be used with care but the observed patterns are general. Although the multi-segment models (Morlier and Cid, 1996;Morlier and Mesnard, 2007;Morlier et al, 2008, Ohshima andOhtsuki, 2008;Ekevad and Lundberg, 1995) were powerful in describing internal joint torques, moments and 3D rotations, it was very difficult to optimize a sequence of 3D gymnastic motions through computer simulations because of the open problem of discovering the optimal motor control strategy.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The pole-vaulter's angular momentum is computed using Dapena's method (Morlier and Cid, 1996). This calculus takes into account the transverse rotation of each body segment and the trunk longitudinal rotation.…”

confidence: 99%