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Kimmery Migel and Erik Wikstrom

to create an eversion moment about the calcaneus. The AT application was a closed basket weave technique Outcome measures Frontal and sagittal plane ankle kinematics and sagittal plane knee kinematics throughout the gait cycle Frontal plane kinematics at heel strike and toe-off Frontal plane foot

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Sarah A. Roelker, Elena J. Caruthers, Rachel K. Hall, Nicholas C. Pelz, Ajit M.W. Chaudhari and Robert A. Siston

peak EMG activation in the gait cycle (GC) such that the normalized EMG ranged from 0 to 1. Musculoskeletal Models and Simulations As previously described, 10 OpenSim 1 (version 3.1; OpenSim, Stanford University, Stanford, CA) was used to simulate one GC for each subject in Gait2392 and Hamner. For

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Garcés * José A. Carta * 11 2009 25 4 313 321 10.1123/jab.25.4.313 Breast Displacement in Three Dimensions during the Walking and Running Gait Cycles Joanna Scurr * Jennifer White * Wendy Hedger * 11 2009 25 4 322 329 10.1123/jab.25.4.322 Differences in End-Point Force Trajectories Elicited by

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Submaximal and Maximal Parameters in Elite Rock Climbers Michail Lubomirov Michailov * Audry Morrison * Mano Mitkov Ketenliev * Boyanka Petkova Pentcheva * 4 2015 10 3 374 380 10.1123/ijspp.2014-0160 Gait-Cycle Characteristics and Running Economy in Elite Eritrean and European Runners Jordan Santos

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Antoine Falisse, Sam Van Rossom, Johannes Gijsbers, Frans Steenbrink, Ben J.H. van Basten, Ilse Jonkers, Antonie J. van den Bogert and Friedl De Groote

averaged over all trials. 11 This resulted in 14 trials (stride duration: 1.05 [0.06] s) that were used for further analysis. Joint kinematics, kinetics, and muscle forces were time-normalized to the gait cycle duration and averaged over the 14 representative trials. Biomechanical outcomes resulting from

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Heather K. Vincent, Laura A. Zdziarski, Kyle Fallgatter, Giorgio Negron, Cong Chen, Trevor Leavitt, MaryBeth Horodyski, Joseph G. Wasser and Kevin R. Vincent

. Kinematics and Temporal Spatial Parameters We averaged data from 10 consecutive strides from each testing condition during the last 30 seconds of each 5-minute condition. Cadence was the number of gait cycles per minute. The vertical displacement of the COM was calculated as the difference in the maximal and

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Rasool Bagheri, Ismail Ebrahimi Takamjani, Mohammad R. Pourahmadi, Elham Jannati, Sayyed H. Fazeli, Rozita Hedayati and Mahmood Akbari

superior iliac spines. In order to detect gait cycle during walking trials, 4 markers were placed on posterior calcaneal tubercle (posterior heel center) and on the fifth metatarsophalangeal joint of both feet. 3 Each participant performed 1- to 2-minute walking for warm-up. After a static trial, the

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ankle dorsiflexion c. hip adductor and hip external rotation d. hip adductor and hip internal rotation 16. In their Research Report, McCleve et al. note that individuals with chronic ankle instability (CAI) display greater ankle inversion throughout the majority of the gait cycle when compared to

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Christopher M. Saliba, Allison L. Clouthier, Scott C.E. Brandon, Michael J. Rainbow and Kevin J. Deluzio

predict peak medial contact force 13 , 14 and the contact force throughout the gait cycle 15 , 16 from the knee adduction and flexion moments. Although these models could provide instantaneous predictions of contact force from real-time kinematics and kinetics, 14 they vary considerably across subjects

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Kimmery Migel and Erik Wikstrom

with the task. Outcome measures Overground frontal plane kinematics at heel strike and midstance Overground frontal and sagittal plane ankle, knee, and hip kinematics throughout the entire gait cycle Kinematic measures of rearfoot inversion velocity and shank rotation velocity to assess the coupling