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Stephen M. Glass, Christopher K. Rhea, Matthew W. Wittstein, Scott E. Ross, John P. Florian and F.J. Haran

activation patterns during treadmill walking after space flight . Exp Brain Res . 1997 ; 113 ( 1 ): 104 – 116 . PubMed ID: 9028779 doi:10.1007/BF02454146 9028779 10.1007/BF02454146 44. Mulavara AP , Feiveson AH , Fiedler J , et al . Locomotor function after long-duration space flight: effects and

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Anna C. Severin, Brendan J. Burkett, Mark R. McKean, Aaron N. Wiegand and Mark G.L. Sayers

, N. , Ogaki , T. , & Adachi , T. ( 2007 ). Gait patterns and muscle activity in the lower extremities of elderly women during underwater treadmill walking against water flow . Journal of Physiological Anthropology, 26 ( 6 ), 579 – 586 . doi:10.2114/jpa2.26.579 10.2114/jpa2.26.579 Skelton

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Yoshifumi Kijima, Ryoji Kiyama, Masaki Sekine, Toshiyo Tamura, Toshiro Fujimoto, Tetsuo Maeda and Tadasu Ohshige

increases in treadmill walking speed on gait kinematics after stroke . Physical Therapy, 91 ( 3 ), 392 – 403 . PubMed doi:10.2522/ptj.20090425 10.2522/ptj.20090425 Tyson , S.F. ( 1999 ). Trunk kinematics in hemiplegic gait and the effect of walking aids . Clinical Rehabilitation, 13 ( 4 ), 295

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SeYun Park and Jennifer L. Etnier

LB , Castelli DM , Hall EE , Kramer AF . The effect of acute treadmill walking on cognitive control and academic achievement in preadolescent children . Neuroscience . 2009 ; 159 ( 3 ): 1044 – 1054 . PubMed ID: 19356688 doi:10.1016/j.neuroscience.2009.01.057 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2009

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Melanie Vetter, Helen O’Connor, Nicholas O’Dwyer and Rhonda Orr

treadmill walking on cognitive control and academic achievement in preadolescent children . Neuroscience . 2009 ; 159 ( 3 ): 1044 – 1054 . PubMed doi:10.1016/j.neuroscience.2009.01.057 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2009.01.057 19356688 11. Bonwell CC , Eison JA . Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the

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Linn Bøhler, Sílvia Ribeiro Coutinho, Jens F. Rehfeld, Linda Morgan and Catia Martins

2 max was measured during uphill treadmill walking or running (PPS 55 Med; Woodway, Munich, Germany) using the system Oxycon Pro (Viasys Healthcare, Hoechberg, Germany). Participants had a warm-up period for about 10 min (50–60% of maximum heart rate) prior to the test. A plateauing of oxygen uptake

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Alexei Wong, Marcos A. Sanchez-Gonzalez, Won-Mok Son, Yi-Sub Kwak and Song-Young Park

, hip extension, calf raise, leg press, and squat) and 30 minutes of treadmill walking (Table  1 ). The warm-up and cooldown consisted of static stretching. Intensity of exercise was gradually increased from 40% to 50% heart rate reserve (HRR) in weeks 1 to 4, 50% to 60% HRR in weeks 5 to 8, and 60% to

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Melissa DiFabio, Lindsay V. Slater, Grant Norte, John Goetschius, Joseph M. Hart and Jay Hertel

Participants warmed up with 5 minutes of treadmill walking at a self-selected speed. Each participant completed strength, balance, single leg squat, drop landing, and hopping assessments that comprise the LEAP. All tests were performed first on the noninvolved (ACLR participants) or dominant limb (healthy

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Joseph M. Stock, Ryan T. Pohlig, Matthew J. Botieri, David G. Edwards and Gregory M. Dominick

treadmill walking at different speeds/incline (4.3%–7.9%) and treadmill jogging that ranged between 5.0 and 10.0 miles/hour (3.3%). It is possible that activities eliciting greater arm movement such as arm ergometry and arm swing during moderate and vigorous exercise can contribute to greater HR error

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Talin Louder, Dennis Dolny and Eadric Bressel

of underwater and overground treadmill walking to improve gait pattern and muscle strength after stroke . J Phys Ther Sci . 2012 ; 24 : 1087 – 1090 . doi:10.1589/jpts.24.1087 10.1589/jpts.24.1087 27. Waller B , Ogonowska-Slodownik A , Vitor M , et al . Effect of therapeutic aquatic