Difference in force direction during propulsion between subjects with different push-off locations
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KeywordsPublic Health Opposite Direction Individual Difference Distinct Difference Lateral Force
Difference in force direction may lead to differences in propulsive efficiency. It could also be hypothesized that proximal segments need to compensate in order to keep a subject with medial or lateral force deviations walking in a linear direction of propulsion.
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