Musculoskeletal outcome

Running speed

Running speed, or sprint speed, is the maximum speed at which a human can run. It is affected by many factors, varies greatly throughout the population, and is important in athletics and many sports, such as association football, rugby, American football, track and field, hockey, baseball and basketball.

Musculoskeletal
20 causes

Related to Running speed

How To Improve Running speed: Techniques & Factors

FactorsEffectEvidenceStudies

Moderate Exercise Selfcare risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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Quarter Squat Selfcare risk & protective factor

Strong Increase

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Aspirin Manufactured risk & protective factor
Aspirin
Manufactured

Strong Decrease

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Tapering Selfcare risk & protective factor
Tapering
Selfcare

Notable Increase

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Rhodiola Rosea Herb risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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Ashwagandha Herb risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Continuous Sunlight exposure Selfcare risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Green Tea Beverage risk & protective factor
Green Tea
Beverage

Minor Increase

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Dynamic stretching Selfcare risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Selfcare risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Altitude training Selfcare risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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Plyometrics Exercises Selfcare risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Peppermint Herb risk & protective factor

Strong Increase

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Strength Training Selfcare risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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Running speed outcomes

OutcomesEffectEvidenceReferences

Urinary Incontinence Urinary outcome

Strong Increase

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