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Humans can run within a wide range of speeds without thinking about stabilizing strategies. The leg properties seem to be adjusted automatically without need for sensory feedback. In this work, the dynamics of human running are represented by the planar spring mass model. Within this framework, for higher speeds, running patterns can be stable without control strategies. Here, potential strategies that provide stability over a broader range of running patterns are considered and thesedoi:10.1088/1748-3182/5/2/026006 pmid:20498515 fatcat:wht46rndyrh7felqdd3lajjqfu