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Differences in kinetic asymmetry between injured and noninjured novice runners

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 14, 2013.

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    Differences in kinetic asymmetry between injured and noninjured novice runners: A prospective cohort study
    S.W. Bredeweg, I. Buist, B. Kluitenberg
    Gait & Posture (In Press)
     
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    Asymmetry in Clinical and Running Gait Measures in Injured and Healthy Runners
    Brar, Varneet Kaur
    Thesis, University of Oregon 2017
     
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    Bilateral asymmetry of running gait in competitive, recreational and novice runners at different speeds
    ShiweiMo et al
    Human Movement Science; Volume 71, June 2020, 102600
     
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    Inter-limb strength asymmetry in adolescent distance runners: Test-retest reliability and relationships with performance and running economy
    Richard C. Blagrove, Chris Bishop , Glyn Howatson & Philip R. Hayes
    Journal of Sports Sciences: 13 Sep 2020
     
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    Lower Extremity Kinematic and Kinetic Asymmetries during Running
    Stiffler-Joachim, Mikel R et al
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: November 3, 2020
     
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