Slower than normal walking speeds involve a pattern shift in joint and temporal coordination contributions

@article{Little2019SlowerTN,
  title={Slower than normal walking speeds involve a pattern shift in joint and temporal coordination contributions},
  author={Virginia L. Little and Theresa E. McGuirk and Carolynn Patten},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={237},
  pages={2973 - 2982}
}
Kinematic and spatiotemporal gait parameters are known to scale with gait speed, though inter-joint coordination during swing remains consistent, at least across comfortable speeds. The purpose of this study was to determine whether coordination patterns serving limb clearance and shortening change across a range of gait speeds. We assessed 17 healthy adults walking overground at their self-selected speed and multiple, progressively slower speeds. We collected lower extremity kinematics with 3D… CONTINUE READING

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