Dr Cara Wall-Scheffler

June 22, 2011

Michael Willcockson

Filed under: Past Students — wallscheffler @ 02:47

Michael’s research focused on the importance of entrainment in human running. Michael tested the hypothesis that breathing rate and footfall patterns during running may be correlated, and may in fact drive important features of the metabolic cost of running.  Michael is currently attending medical school and running his own business.

Michael’s paper from his research was recently published in MSSE.

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