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John McCleve, Luke Donovan, Christopher D. Ingersoll, Charles Armstrong and Neal R. Glaviano

inversion at preheel strike (HS), during HS, post HS, and throughout the majority of the gait cycle when compared to healthy counterparts. 13 , 14 This means that for every step an individual with CAI takes, they are closer to the mechanism of injury of a LAS and, therefore, may be at a greater risk of

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Peter S. Myers, Kerri S. Rawson, Elinor C. Harrison, Adam P. Horin, Ellen N. Sutter, Marie E. McNeely and Gammon M. Earhart

minimum joint angles during the cycle. Timing of maximum and minimum angles was extracted as a percentage of the gait cycle. Decomposition Index Movement decomposition refers to breaking down a complex, multijoint movement into a series of single-joint movements. We calculated a gait decomposition index

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Alexandra F. DeJong, L. Colby Mangum, Jacob E. Resch and Susan A. Saliba

for forward progression. 21 – 23 Altered gluteal muscle recruitment over the gait cycle would present similar issues of increased hip and knee motions along with increased joint stresses, and may become amplified due to the repetitive nature of gait. 15 , 21 Current data aiming to quantify normal

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. Silva * Abel I. Rouboa * 8 2009 25 3 253 257 10.1123/jab.25.3.253 Spanning Set May Not Be Appropriate for Measuring Knee Kinematic Variability for the Entire Gait Cycle during Over-Ground Barefoot Running Pui W. Kong * Norma G. Candelaria * 8 2009 25 3 258 264 10.1123/jab.25.3.258 An Image

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Mustafa M.O. Elhadi, Christina Z. Ma, Duo W.C. Wong, Anson H.P. Wan and Winson C.C. Lee

, and Aminian ( 2009 ) reported the changes in gait patterns upon walking longer distances of older adults. They found significant increases in stride velocity and decrease in gait cycle time after the walk. However, their study confined a maximum walking distance of 20 m, which was completed in almost

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Grace C. Bellinger, Kristen A. Pickett and Andrea H. Mason

must be coordinated to achieve the object’s location while maintaining control of the gait cycle. This requires the coordination of a discrete task (i.e., prehension) and a cyclical or rhythmic task (i.e., walking). These two types of tasks have been referred to as separate dynamic primitives, which

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Wataru Kawakami, Makoto Takahashi, Yoshitaka Iwamoto and Koichi Shinakoda

previous studies suggested individuals with hallux valgus have hypermobility in the forefoot, 16 – 18 they did not show any difference in forefoot motion during the stance phase of the gait cycle between individuals with and without hallux valgus. A possible explanation is that they did not consider

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Stephen M. Suydam, Kurt Manal and Thomas S. Buchanan

using Visual 3D (C-Motion Inc., Bethesda, MD) and were visually inspected for excessive external signal noise or signal dropout. The peak EMG for the sprint was taken from 2 gait cycles preceding toe-off from the force plate. The duration of 2 gait cycles was approximated due to the limited collection

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Kevin D. Dames, Jeremy D. Smith and Gary D. Heise

method identified dependent variables from the individual trials and these trial peaks were averaged. The second method was performed by creating an average profile of the 3 trials after each trial was normalized temporally (100% gait cycle) and then obtaining a single peak value from the average profile

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Roel De Ridder, Julien Lebleu, Tine Willems, Cedric De Blaiser, Christine Detrembleur and Philip Roosen

(meter per second), cadence (steps per minute), stride length (meters), stride duration (seconds), stance duration (percentage of gait cycle [%GC]), swing duration (%GC), double support (%GC), and single support (%GC). Data Analysis and Statistics Based on comparison with the GAITRite ® sensor system