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associated with gender. Further research should focus on investigating how foot and lower limb mobility, body anatomy, as well as hormonal status affects movement biomechanics in females to develop strategies to protect females from running-related issues through exercise, footwear recommendation and gait

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Nancy Quinn, Laura Misener and P. David Howe

atmosphere. Kory and I stood together, leaning against the fence, observing the pool area, enjoying the scene. The detritus of inflatable flamingos could be seen, and sun-burned athletes were the norm. Kory was a tall, distinguished male athlete with lower limb amputation. As the sun was closing out the day

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M. Ann Hall

-eight-inch wheel; is very muscular in upper and lower limbs; can lift steadily a dumb-bell weighing eighty-five pounds above her head; was one of my first pupils on the opening of the school; learnt very quickly; rides in a very fine form—by far more graceful than Eliza [ sic ] Von Blumen; will make a stayer, if

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John H. Challis

; for example, the performance of the sit-to-stand where the elderly can require over 90% of available lower limb strength to execute the task ( Hughes, Myers, & Schenkman 1996 ). Relative strength diminishes with body size and therefore must be considered a factor in the shorter longevity in the tall

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Blandine Bril

. , Iwanaga , K. , & Katsuura , T. ( 2008 ). The relation between the changes of postural achievement, lower limb muscle activities, and balance stability in three different deep-squatting postures . Journal of Physiological Anthropology, 27 ( 1 ), 11 – 17 . 10.2114/jpa2.27.11 Super , C. ( 1976

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

compromised hip joint, such that the ankle joint on their affected limb is located at the same level as the knee joint on the contralateral, unaffected lower limb. Multiple treatment options have emerged, including operative interventions. Among the surgical options, two alternatives have been used