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The X-Factor and Its Relationship to Golfing Performance
It is often postulated that an increased hip to shoulder differential angle (`X-Factor') during the early downswing better utilises the stretch-shorten cycle and improves golf performance. TheExpand
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Elite wheelchair rugby: a quantitative analysis of chair configuration in Australia
Limited recommendations of wheelchair configurations for court sports have been identified in the published literature. To accommodate the wide range of impairments in wheelchair rugby, players areExpand
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Extrapolation errors in controlled three-dimensional video camera set-ups
The purpose of this examination was to evaluate extrapolation errors outside the control volume in a motion analysis system by trying to control the digitising error effect that causes theExpand
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Treatment of mandibular third molars and pericoronitis in British military personnel: influence of guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.
We studied the dental records of British military personnel who were less than 20 years old on enlistment, and had at least five years' service with at least five recorded dental inspections, atExpand
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The emergence of ‘zygotics’: Using science fiction to examine the future of design prototyping
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This paper blends an empirical case study with science fiction prototyping (SFP) to explore the current and future of design prototyping. Expand
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Basic Science The crunch factor's role in golf-related low back pain
BACKGROUND CONTEXT: The golf swing exposes the spine to complex torsional, compressive, and shearing loads that increase a player’s risk of injury. The crunch factor (CF) has been described as aExpand
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IT’S ABOUT HOW WELL YOU USE IT: SKATING STRIDE IN NOVICE, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED INLINE SKATERS
Adequate skating technique is imperative to roller sports. Characteristics that differ between inline skating competencies have not been addressed. This study assessed skating parameters associatedExpand
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JARIATION IN MOTiON ANALYSIS OF SPRINT HURDLES: PAR
INT ODUCTION Variation is one part, which determines reoeatability nd reliabilit in blomechanical studies. Yeadon (1994) indicated that uncontrolled variation m y a k he effect of the experiment.Expand
A NOVEL APPROACH FOR HUMAN INTENTION RECOGNITION BASED ON HALL EFFECT SENSORS AND PERMANENT MAGNETS
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This study proposes a novel approach, based on a contactless sensory system, using linear Hall effect sensors to recognize human intentions to control the exoskeleton. Expand