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Foot position and vasti activation in cycling

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 19, 2006.

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    How changing the inversion/eversion foot angle affects the nondriving intersegmental knee moments and the relative activation of the vastii muscles in cycling.
    J Biomech Eng. 2006 Jun;128(3):391-8
     
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    The influence of body position on leg kinematics and muscles during cycling

    The influence of body position on leg kinematics and muscle recruitment during cycling.
    Chapman AR, Vicenzino B, Blanch P, Knox JJ, Dowlan S, Hodges PW.
    J Sci Med Sport. 2007 Aug 23; [Epub ahead of print]
     
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    Hi,

    I live in Belgium I am a student in 3rd year of podiatry. I'm doing an experimentation on 15 triathlete, I whant to see the effect of two different pair of orthoses on the lower limb alignement (video analysis) and the effect on the muscles activity with EMG while cycling.

    The subjects must have more than 10° varus MTJ and do more than 5hours of cycling per week.

    The two pairs of orthoses are made from cad cam, one in a neutral position and the other with + 50% of correction.
    Videoanalysis with Dart Fish.

    I have some sientific articles on cycling and podiatry but I will like to get some more and the two articles cited in this forum seems to be very interessant. I don't have access to pubmed if some one could send me those articles on valery.defalbaire@gmail.com

    if you have any questions or informations who can help me it would be very appreciated.

    Sorry my english is not perfect!

    Have a good weekend!!

    Best regards to all :sinking:
     
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    Muscle Activation Patterns and Patellofemoral Pain in Cyclists
    Dieter, Brad P.; McGowan, Craig P.; Stoll, Sharon K.; Vella, Chantal A.
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: 20 October 2013
     
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    THE EFFECTS OF CLEAT LOCATION ON MUSCLE RECRUITMENT STRATEGIES OF CYCLING
    Thomas M. McDaniel, Yang-Chieh Fu, Kathy J. Simpson
    International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2013)
     
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    Angular Position of the Cleat According to Torsional Parameters of the Cyclist's Lower Limb
    Ramos-Ortega, Javier PhD; Domínguez, Gabriel PhD; Castillo, José Manuel PhD; Fernández-Seguín, Lourdes PhD; Munuera, Pedro V. PhD
    Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: 21 January 2014
     
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    Effects of Toe-in Angles on Knee Biomechanics in Cycling of Patients with Medial Knee Osteoarthritis
    Jacob K. Gardner, Songning Zhang, Hairui Liu, Gary Klipple, Candice Stewart, Clare E. Milner, Irfan M. Asif
    Clinical Biomechanics; Articles in Press
     
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    Modifications in activation of lower limb muscles as a function of initial foot position in cycling.
    Padulo J, Powell DW, Ardigò LP, Viggiano D
    J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2015 Apr 14
     
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    Orthotic bicycle shoe insoles show no effects on leg muscle activation patterns or performance in recreational cyclists
    A.C. Meyers, E.C. Caldwell, J. Hirsch, K.A. Jacobs, R.T. Pohlig & J.F. Signorile
    Footwear Science 11 Jul 2017
     
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    THE INFLUENCE OF EXTRINSIC FACTORS ON KNEE BIOMECHANICS DURING CYCLING: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.
    Johnston TE et al
    Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017 Dec;12(7):1023-1033.
     
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