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Rachel L. Wright, Joseph W. Bevins, David Pratt, Catherine M. Sackley and Alan M. Wing

metronome, 22 and immediate reductions in temporal asymmetry have been observed with auditory cueing in both treadmill walking 22 and stepping in place. 25 Therefore, the purpose of this pilot study was to investigate whether metronome cueing of stepping reduces asymmetry (1) in weight-bearing by

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Charlotte L. Edwardson, Melanie Davies, Kamlesh Khunti, Thomas Yates and Alex V. Rowlands

). Validation of the Fitbit One, Garmin Vivofit and Jawbone UP activity tracker in estimation of energy expenditure during treadmill walking and running . Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 41 ( 3 ), 208 – 215 . PubMed. doi:10.1080/03091902.2016.1253795 10.1080/03091902.2016.1253795 Reid , R

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Susan Park, Lindsay P. Toth, Scott E. Crouter, Cary M. Springer, Robert T. Marcotte and David R. Bassett

most common study designs are laboratory-based studies that involve participants wearing activity monitors while performing structured bouts of activities (e.g., treadmill walking and running, or activities of daily living). Understanding the impact of locomotor speed or different movement patterns on

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Moataz Eltoukhy, Christopher Kuenze, Jeonghoon Oh, Eryn Apanovitch, Lauren Butler and Joseph F. Signorile

. These observations also agree with our previous findings 26 obtained during treadmill walking, where the Kinect showed greater discrepancies during the IC-foot flat (deceleration) and TO (propulsion) events. Finally, it is worth mentioning that the use of portable force measurement equipment was not

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Lindsay P. Toth, Susan Park, Whitney L. Pittman, Damla Sarisaltik, Paul R. Hibbing, Alvin L. Morton, Cary M. Springer, Scott E. Crouter and David R. Bassett

them. Recent research has shown that step counts from consumer-grade methods are relatively consistent during treadmill walking and running, in the range of 67 to 160 m/min ( Chen, Kuo, Pellegrini, & Hsu, 2016 ; Fokkema, Kooiman, Krijnen, Van Der Schans, & De Groot, 2017 ; Nelson, Kaminsky, Dickin

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Keishi Soga, Keita Kamijo and Hiroaki Masaki

coupled to gait cycle phase during treadmill walking . Neuroimage, 54 ( 2 ), 1289 – 1296 . PubMed doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.08.066 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.08.066 Herzmann , G. , Jin , M. , Cordes , D. , & Curran , T. ( 2012 ). A within-subject ERP and fMRI investigation of orientation

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Brandon R. Rigby, Ronald W. Davis, Marco A. Avalos, Nicholas A. Levine, Kevin A. Becker and David L. Nichols

.1097/00005768-199906000-00001 10.1097/00005768-199906000-00001 Toole , T. , Maitland , C. , Warren , E. , Hubmann , M. , & Panton , L. ( 2005 ). The effects of loading and unloading treadmill walking on balance, gait, fall risk, and daily function in Parkinsonism . NeuroRehabilitation, 20 , 307 – 322 . PubMed ID

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Christopher K. Rhea, Jed A. Diekfuss, Jeffrey T. Fairbrother and Louisa D. Raisbeck

-reported falls in the past 12 months) and nonfallers when they adopted an internal versus external focus of attention during treadmill walking. In both studies, de Melker Worms and colleagues suggested that the lack of a distinct effect on the environment during treadmill walking tasks may have made it difficult

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Lauren C. Benson, Stephen C. Cobb, Allison S. Hyngstrom, Kevin G. Keenan, Jake Luo and Kristian M. O’Connor

divided attention treadmill walking in older and young adults: a cross-sectional study . J Neuroeng Rehabil . 2015 ; 12 : 58 . PubMed ID: 26162824 doi:10.1186/s12984-015-0052-2 10.1186/s12984-015-0052-2 6. Little VL , McGuirk TE , Patten C . Impaired limb shortening following stroke: what

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Andrea L. Hergenroeder, Bethany Barone Gibbs, Mary P. Kotlarczyk, Subashan Perera, Robert J. Kowalsky and Jennifer S. Brach

activity in older adults, there are several gaps in the current knowledge related to the accuracy of the monitors in counting steps. Previous studies have examined the ability of activity monitors to count steps in adults during treadmill walking ( Chow, Thom, Wewege, Ward, & Parmenter, 2017 ; Wong