Originally Posted by Brian Strump
My point is that it creates assymetries which increase likelihood of injury. NOT that you can't be an elite anything with assymetries, but your risk of injury is that much greater.
Most sports lead to these assymetries. The less sports you play the greater your chance of creating these. Maybe that's another reason why most don't age gracefully, at least physically speaking.
Okay, then how does sprinting create assymetries? Specifically the assymetry where the quads become too strong relative to the hamstrings?