The biomechanics of peak impact loads and loading rates continue to be researched on the assumption that they are related to an increased risk for injury. I keep harping on about the evidence for that is hardly compelling and there is plenty of evidence that it is not a risk factor for injury and some evidence that says it that it is. I would have thought that more energy needs to be expended in the field or on prospective epidemiological studies on if it really is a risk factor or not and if it is, just how important is it
What happens during the swing phase that is related to impact loads?
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