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Influence of the shoe type on the ground reaction forces

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The aim of this work was to estimate a relationship between the type of the footwear and ground reactions. Differences in medio-lateral, anterior-posterior and vertical reactions are compared for different shoe-types for male and female volunteers. Each of the participants gait was recorded in case of different shoes and without them, also stabilograms were analyzed. Results revealed differences in ground reaction forces for different shoe-types and its influence on static stability.

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Monographic publication
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rozdział, artykuł w książce - dziele zbiorowym /podręczniku w języku o zasięgu międzynarodowym
Title of issue:
Theoretical Approaches in Non-Linear Dynamical Systems strony 253 - 268
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English
Publication year:
2019
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Klepczyńska M., Zagrodny B., Wojnicz W., Ludwicki M., Awrejcewicz J.: Influence of the shoe type on the ground reaction forces// Theoretical Approaches in Non-Linear Dynamical Systems/ Wydawnictwo Politechniki Łódzkiej: , 2019, s.253-268
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  17. Bartłomiej Zagrodny*, Ph.D: Łódź University of Technology, Department of Automation, Biomechanics and Mechatronics, 1/15 Stefanowski Street (building A22), 90-924 Łódź, Poland (bartlomiej.zagrodny@p.lodz.pl). The author gave a presentation of this paper during one of the conference sessions.
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  20. Jan Awrejcewicz, Professor: Łódź University of Technology, Department of Automation, Biomechanics and Mechatronics, 1/15 Stefanowski Street (building A22), 90-924 Łódź, Poland (jan.awrejcewicz@p.lodz.pl). open in new tab
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