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|Subject: ||RE: Pose = crazy???|
"Does Pose claim that a person can run across level ground without pushing off (i.e., applying no horizontal force component), instead relying on gravity to move foward (i.e., letting "gravity do the work")?"
Pose claims that there should be no VOLUNTARY push-off. There is sort of a "push off" that is generated by ground reaction force and muscle recoil. This is what is enough to regain the lost height. I write the n-th time already: it matters what is being done, and not what happens.
To combat message board spam (by non runners). We are making people answer a brief question before they can post on a thread that is over 20 days old.
If you answer this question you should be able to post.