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The concept that the presence of others moving alongside or faster than an athlete (e.g. runner, swimmer, or cyclist) stimulates the production of nervous energy which increases the kinetic energy of the athlete. Dynamogeny has been proposed to explain the improved performances of athletes in competition or when using a pace maker.

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