ABSTRACT: The hip joint and surrounding musculature must generate and withstand torque during the swing phase of running. Prior research has demonstrated that sagittal plane hip torque increases with speed, indicating that thigh angular acceleration likely increases in a similar manner and may be an important gait parameter. In this investigation, we modelled thigh angle …
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