Question: In A Sub-maximal Effort Movement Like Distance Running, Having Long, “springy” Tendons Like The Achilles Tendon Can Be Beneficial For The Economy Of The Movement By: O Increasing The Maximum Isometric Muscle Force O Shortening Muscle Moment Arms O Directly Generating Metabolic Energy Slowing The Velocity That Muscle Fibers Must Contract At

Question: In A Sub-maximal Effort Movement Like Distance Running, Having Long, “springy” Tendons Like The Achilles Tendon Can Be Beneficial For The Economy Of The Movement By: O Increasing The Maximum Isometric Muscle Force O Shortening Muscle Moment Arms O Directly Generating Metabolic Energy Slowing The Velocity That Muscle Fibers Must Contract At

In a sub-maximal effort movement like distance running, having long, springy tendons like the Achilles tendon can be benefi

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In a sub-maximal effort movement like distance running, having long, “springy” tendons like the Achilles tendon can be beneficial for the economy of the movement by: O Increasing the maximum isometric muscle force O Shortening muscle moment arms O Directly generating metabolic energy Slowing the velocity that muscle fibers must contract at