The Biomechanical Model of Running and Walking is constructed using the Biomechanical Principles presented in my posts labeled "The Basics" plus a few additional Biomechanical Principles that are specific to this particular model.
The procedure for constructing the model is straight forward. You place the most relevant Biomechanical Principle at the top of the model. The second Biomechanical Principle overlays the first principle wherever similar boxes exist. The remainder of the Biomechanical Principles overlay the preceding principles in a similar manner. The order of principles will be explained as the model is constructed. The completed model was shown in my post titled "The Biomechanics of Running and Walking 01".
Click on "read more" to learn how the model is constructed. I start with an explanation of the most relevant Biomechanical Principle for this model.