3A1-V02 トレッドミルを用いた脛骨疲労骨折発生リスクの評価(デジタルヒューマン) [in Japanese] 3A1-V02 Variability of risk factors for tibial stress fractures during treadmill running in humans(Digital Human) [in Japanese]
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Tibial stress fractures are one of the most common and potentially serious overuse injuries in runners. Despite the fact that the tibial stress fractures are related to vertical ground reaction force at early contact phase, a few study has been done for quantification of the variability of the risk parameters. The aim of this study was to quantify the variability of risk parameters for the stress fractures in able-bodied runners. Eight male subjects were asked to run at three different velocities (2.5, 3.0, 3.5 m/s) on a treadmill mounted on the force plates. From the vertical ground reaction force, we calculated coefficient of variation (CV) following lower extremity loading variables; vertical impact peak, vertical instantaneous loading rate and vertical average loading rate. We found that there were no significant differences in the CV of the loading variables in each speed, indicating that variability of loading variables during running is independent from running speeds.
- The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec)
The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2014(0), _3A1-V02_1-_3A1-V02_3, 2014
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers