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“…The forces exerted on the hip joint have been quantified for various sporting activities (Van den Bogert et al 1996, Nigg et al 1997. Controlled alpine skiing (long-radius turns on a flat slope) and cross-country skiing had the lowest loading of all skiing activities, lying in-between those associated with walking and running.…”
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“…The forces exerted on the hip joint have been quantified for various sporting activities (Van den Bogert et al 1996, Nigg et al 1997. Controlled alpine skiing (long-radius turns on a flat slope) and cross-country skiing had the lowest loading of all skiing activities, lying in-between those associated with walking and running.…”
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“…Biomechanical studies have demonstrated that certain types of skiing manoeuvers (e.g., short-radius turns on a steep slope, or skiing on moguls), can create heavy joint contact forces, 1.5-5 times higher than those encountered during walking or running. Cross-country skiing and downhill skiing, with moderate-radius turns made on flat slopes create stresses which lie somewhere in-between (Van den Bogert et al 1996, Nigg et al 1997.…”
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“…The equation of the sum of all moments on a body segment can be expressed by [10]. M was defined as the moment of the humerus (Eq.…”
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“…27,28 Several studies have used accelerometry for dynamic analysis of hip joints. [29][30][31] The reliability, accuracy and reproducibility of evaluating hip instability using accelerometry have been demonstrated in previous studies. [8][9][10] We have described the use of accelerometry for the quantitative analysis of instability of the hip during walking.…”
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