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Susan J. Leach, Joyce R. Maring and Ellen Costello

functional skills . Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 5 , 7 – 16 . doi:10.3109/11038129809035723 10.3109/11038129809035723 Goldberg , A. , Schepens , S. , & Wallace , M. ( 2010 ). Concurrent validity and reliability of the maximum step length test in older adults . Journal of

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Tim Henwood, Sharon Hetherington, Madeleine Purss, Kevin Rouse, Julie Morrow and Michele Smith

eight walking, timed up and go, maximum step length, timed pick up, sit to stand, and isometric quadriceps strength among community-dwelling older adults 81.0 ± 4.5 years of age ( Helbostad, Sletvold, & Moe-Nilssen, 2004 ). While positive, for the providers of aged care services, the delivery of in

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Antoine Langeard, Lucile Bigot, Gilles Loggia, Nathalie Chastan, Gaëlle Quarck and Antoine Gauthier

plantar flexor is in accordance with the only other study where plantar flexors were targeted by NMES training in older adults. 16 Strength improvement was comparable, and Mani et al 16 also noted some functional mobility improvement, like longer maximum step length and faster maximum gait speed after

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Ian N. Bezodis, David G. Kerwin, Stephen-Mark Cooper and Aki I.T. Salo

repeat digitizations in the horizontal plane revealed maximum step length errors of ±0.01 m. Comparisons of sagittal plane results to sequences in which all fields across the whole step were digitized revealed maximum velocity errors of ±0.01 m/s. Therefore, maximum calculated errors in step frequency