Breast Displacement in Three Dimensions During the Walking and Running Gait Cycles
- Within-Participant Variance in Multiplanar Breast Kinematics During 5 km Treadmill Running. Mulligan, Alexandra; Mills, Chris; Scurr, Joanna // Journal of Applied Biomechanics;Apr2014, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p244
More and more studies are emerging reporting breast kinematics. These studies rarely present effect sizes, power, and variance in the data. Important inferences are drawn from these data, including applications to product design, breast pain assessment, sports performance effects, and more. The...
- RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF NET MUSCULAR MOMENTS TO CHANGES IN WALKING SPEED AND BODY-WEIGHT SUPPORT. Goldberg, Saryn R.; Stanhope, Steven J. // Conference Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Soc;2010, p519
The article presents data from unimpaired individuals walking at multiple combinations of walking speeds and body-weight support levels. Motion capture and force platform data were obtained from eight unimpaired adults while walking on an instrumented treadmill wearing a harness connected to a...
- Sideways & Backward Move You Forward. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Feb99, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p24
Reveals that walking or running on the treadmill backward or sideways will burn more calories than moving in a forward direction. Information on a study conducted at Auburn University in Montgomery, Alabama.
- Comparison of Five Kinematic-Based Identification Methods of Foot Contact Events During Treadmill Walking and Running at Different Speeds. Alvim, Felipe; Cerqueira, Lucenildo; D'Affonsêca Netto, Aluízio; Leite, Guilherme; Muniz, Adriane // Journal of Applied Biomechanics;Oct2015, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p383
This study involved a comparison of 5 kinematic-based algorithms to detect heel strike (HS) and toe-off (TO) events during human locomotion at different speeds. The objective was to assess how different running and walking speeds affect contact event determination during treadmill locomotion....
- A comprehensive evaluation of motion sensor step-counting error. Abel, Mark G.; Peritore, Nicole; Shapiro, Robert; Mullineaux, David R.; Rodriguez, Kelly; Hannon, James C. // Applied Physiology, Nutrition & Metabolism;Feb2011, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p166
The purpose of this study was to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the effect that walking speed, gender, leg length, motion sensor tilt angle, brand, and placement have on motion sensor step-counting error. Fifty-nine participants performed treadmill walking trials at 6 speeds while wearing...
- TREADMILL NATION. Burfoot, Amby // Runner's World;Jan2004, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p56
Discusses several benefits for running on treadmills. INSET: Different Strides?.
- ASK MILES. // Runner's World;May2004, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p26
Answers several questions about running including the longest long run and selecting a treadmill.
- Repeat After Them. Hanc, John // Runner's World;Dec2004, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p29
Focuses on treadmill running. INSET: TREAD RIGHTLY.
- Real and Imagined. Barr, Karen Dove // Runner's World;Mar2000, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p16
Features an anecdote on programmed running at home using treadmill.