Effects of different visual stimuli on postures and knee moments during sidestepping.

@article{Lee2013EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of different visual stimuli on postures and knee moments during sidestepping.},
  author={Marcus Lee and David G. Lloyd and Brendan S. Lay and Paul David Bourke and Jacqueline A. Alderson},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 9},
  pages={
          1740-8
        }
}
PURPOSE Evasive sidestepping during sports commonly results in noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injuries. Sidestepping in response to different simple visual stimuli has been studied previously but never investigated using quasi-game-realistic visual conditions. We compared the biomechanics of high-level and low-level soccer players when sidestepping in response to projected, three-dimensional defender(s) and the traditionally used planned and unplanned arrow stimuli. METHODS A three… 

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