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The use of humanoid robots for sport performance enhancement has been researched during this thesis. The kinematics and inverse dynamics analysis of the modeled humanoid robot will allow the future sportsmen and sportswomen to rectify any flaws of their techniques and anticipate and prevent any sustainable injuries. The model researched in this project only covers the sport of running. Given the correct input parameters the humanoid model can output the motion and force related data of relevant muscles and joints.