Solutions for representing the whole-body centre of mass in side cutting manoeuvres based on data that is typically available for lower limb kinematics.


While studying detailed lower limb mechanics of dynamic sports manoeuvres like side cutting it is often desirable but practically difficult to directly measure velocity profiles of the whole-body centre of mass (CoM). In the current study, representations of CoM, either based on a single marker placed on the pelvis or thorax, or based on segment kinematics… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2010.02.014


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