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Unread 01-04-2011, 09:30 AM
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Unread 01-04-2011, 10:39 AM
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Since dog forbid

So my gut default was to more volume and lower intensity
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You mention similar positions with skating & cycling - how do they compare in muscular demand for you? Similar quad / glute ratio in both?
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This has become one of my new typos, like 'teh'. I type 'dog' instead of god and vice versa.
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You mention similar positions with skating & cycling - how do they compare in muscular demand for you? Similar quad / glute ratio in both?

My guess is larger use of hip extensors relative to knee extensors in inline skating than cycling due to the requirement of reaction forces to pass through body center of mass to maintain balance (not required in cycling).
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Your gonna have to translate that into English for me.
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Skating you have to worry about balance when contracting leg muscles, in cycling you don't (b/c of wheels). With torso pretty horizontal, need to have high glut max activation to keep CM balanced during skating. During cycling, one could use same pattern but doesn't have too.
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If you say so.
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Unread 01-06-2011, 08:20 PM
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Part hypothesis, part physics law. Which is why I was asking what your experience says.
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