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Mohammed M. Althomali and Susan J. Leat

-Cook , A. , & Woollacott , M.H. ( 2007 ). Motor control: Translating research into clinical practice . Philadelphia, PA : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins . Siriphorn , A. , Chamonchant , D. , & Boonyong , S. ( 2015 ). The effects of vision on sit-to-stand movement . Journal of Physical Therapy

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Anantha Narayanan, Farzanah Desai, Tom Stewart, Scott Duncan, and Lisa Mackay

, picking up a pen from the ground 5 times, touching a mark 5 times, performing a sit-to-stand movement 5 times Controlled; 28 (16 males and 12 females); Patients diagnosed with axial spondylarthrosis, age = 43.7 (10.45) y SenseWear Pro 3 Armband (Bodymedia Inc, Pittsburgh, PA); 1; 2-axis accelerometer, 32

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Yuwei Song, Momotaz Begum, Sajay Arthanat, and Dain P. LaRoche

Geriatrics Society, 56 ( 8 ), 1575 – 1577 . PubMed ID: 18808608 doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.2008.01777.x 10.1111/j.1532-5415.2008.01777.x Chang , C.S. , Leung , C.Y. , Liou , J.J. , & Tsai , W.W. ( 2010 ). Evaluation of key points in the sit-to-stand movement using two force platforms . Perceptual

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Anthony Campitelli, Sally Paulson, Jennifer Vincenzo, Jordan M. Glenn, Joshua L. Gills, Megan D. Jones, Melissa Powers, and Michelle Gray

.J. ( 2002 ). Determinants of the sit-to-stand movement: A review . Physical Therapy, 82 ( 9 ), 866 – 879 . https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/82.9.866 10.1093/ptj/82.9.866 Kostka , T. ( 2005 ). Quadriceps maximal power and optimal shortening velocity in 335 men aged 23–88 years . European Journal of

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Pablo Jorge Marcos-Pardo, Alejandro Espeso-García, Abraham López-Vivancos, Tomás Abelleira Lamela, and Justin W.L. Keogh

. These exercises should seek to improve lower body muscle mass, strength, and power as well as balance so that the older adult can minimize their fall risk and maintain their independence in performing common activities such as the sit-to-stand movement and walking, particularly up or down stairs or

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Geoffrey T. Burns, Kenneth M. Kozloff, and Ronald F. Zernicke

, H. , & Koike , Y. ( 2011 ). Dynamic optimization of the sit-to-stand movement . Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 27 ( 4 ), 306 – 313 . PubMed ID: 21896954 doi:10.1123/jab.27.4.306 Yoshihuku , Y. , & Herzog , W. ( 1990 ). Optimal-design parameters of the bicycle-rider system for maximal

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Jennifer J. Sherwood, Cathy Inouye, Shannon L. Webb, and Jenny O

seated, passive rest period. The RP of each STS repetition was recorded with the iPad mini 2 video camera and GA attached to the gait belt (Figure  1 ). Figure 1 —Photos of a participant performing one repetition of the sit-to-stand movement. Reflective marker placed on GymAware tether, positioned above