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

-tendon rupture during a clean-and-jerk lift. By applying a five-segment biomechanical model to the lifting movement and with specific information regarding knee-joint moment arms, they calculated the in vivo force sustained by the patellar tendon at the time of rupture. The estimate, 14.5 kN (17.5 times body

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Hendrik Reimann, Tyler Fettrow and John J. Jeka

achieve that location may still prove to be beneficial in rehabilitating populations suffering from poor balance control, such as stroke patients ( Dean and Kautz, 2015 ). The Lateral Ankle Strategy We can make the biomechanical model slightly more complex by adding a foot and an ankle joint to the leg