A functional foot type classification with cluster analysis based on plantar pressure distribution during jogging.

@article{Cock2006AFF,
  title={A functional foot type classification with cluster analysis based on plantar pressure distribution during jogging.},
  author={Anneleen De Cock and T. Speller en A. Willems and Erik E. Witvrouw and Jos Vanrenterghem and Dirk L R De Clercq},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2006},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={339-47}
}
The purpose of this study was to establish a reference dataset for peak pressures and pressure-time integrals during jogging, to compare this reference dataset with existing walking data and to develop a foot type classification, all based on plantar pressure data obtained from 215 healthy young adults. The subjects ran at 3.3 m s(-1) over a 16.5 m long running track, with a built-in pressure platform mounted on top of a force platform. Peak pressures, regional impulses and relative regional… CONTINUE READING

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