volume 22, issue 3, P315-324 2012
DOI: 10.5103/kjsb.2012.22.3.315
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Abstract: ABSTRACTThe purpose of current study was to investigate the effects of the heights on the lower extremities, torso and neck segments for energy dissipation during single-leg drop landing from different heights. Twenty eight young healthy male subjects(age: 23.21±1.66 yr, height: 176.03±4.22 cm, weight: 68.93±5.36 kg) were participated in this study. The subjects performed the single-leg drop landing from the various height (30, 45 & 60 cm). Force plates and motion-capture system were used to capture ground re…

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