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The influence of shoe drop on the kinematics and kinetics of children tennis players

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 25, 2016.

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    The influence of shoe drop on the kinematics and kinetics of children tennis players.
    Herbaut A et al
    Eur J Sport Sci. 2016 May 22:1-9
     
  2. Boots n all

    Boots n all Well-Known Member

    Unbelievable, its "Heel pitch" the only "shoe drop" is when a shoe falls off the table!:butcher:

    Whats the definition of "Drop" a vertical fall?

    Does your foot drop vertically from the heel or is it on an angle, "pitched" towards the forefoot.:bang:

    Why must you create a new term, that is non descriptive of the action, stick with the correct term that is descriptive and has been around for centuries.
     
  3. markjohconley

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  4. Boots n all

    Boots n all Well-Known Member

    Yeah interesting link thanks, l wonder who wrote it? Some one pretending to some one they are not.

    Its not the only thing they have got wrong at a quick glance
    To that point they refer to the front of the heel as "Front of heel" is actually the "Breast of heel"

    Or this classic describing a Goodyear welt construction, the upper is not stitched to the sole at all.
    A welt is stitched to the upper to the ribbed insole, the welt is in turn stitched to the sole.

    "Goodyear Welt: a shoe construction, in which the upper and sole of the shoe are stitched together, resulting
    in greater durability... "

    And we have seen here on PA before the confusion and misunderstanding of what the difference is between a Derby and Oxford
     
  5. Boots n all

    Boots n all Well-Known Member

    Reading the PDF, the author of the document may well be a thread supplier? The small advert for the A&E brand of thread right down to the product code.

    "Braided Thread: a thread where the ply are braided rather than twisted together so they have very good ply
    adhesion. A&E?s brand for this item is our Poly Braid which comes in Sizes 4 and 6.
    ƒ #4, white, Poly Braid Cat# DA70148 Color #30001
    ƒ #4, black, Poly Braid Cat# P911141 Color #35907
    ƒ #4, brown, Poly Braid Cat# P914140 Color #98003
    ƒ #6, white, Poly Braid Cat# P911863 Color #30001
     
  6. Petcu Daniel

    Petcu Daniel Active Member

    Agree ! Many running shoe websites are using the word "drop" ( http://www.blueridgerunner.com/2014/07/heel-to-toe-drop-measurements-of.html ) !

    I suppose you are thinking at "wedge angle" !
    See page 196 from : https://books.google.ro/books?id=oT...onepage&q=nomenclature of a shoe last&f=false

    Daniel
     
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    Shoe drop reduction influences the lower limb biomechanics of children tennis players during an open stance forehand: A longitudinal study.
    Herbaut A et al
    Eur J Sport Sci. 2017 Aug 30:1-9. doi: 10.1080/17461391.2017.1368719.
     
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