Functional variability of the lower extremity during the support phase of running.

  title={Functional variability of the lower extremity during the support phase of running.},
  author={Barry T. Bates and Louis R. Osternig and Bobby Mason and Stan L James},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports},
  volume={11 4},
The purpose of the research was to determine the variability of selected parameters during the support phase of running between consecutive right footfalls, and the included left footfall, as well as to acquire additional descriptive data on lower extremity function. Eleven college aged male runners were filmed (200 fps) from the rear and side while running on a treadmill at 4.29--4.47 m/sec. The statistical analysis of the mean absolute differences for temporal events between the three… CONTINUE READING

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