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Effect of Weight Support on Tibial Accelerations during a Lower-body Positive Pressure Treadmill Cadence Controlled Run
Exercise Science Faculty Publications
  • Brendan J. Rickert, Sacred Heart University
  • Matthew F. Moran, Sacred Heart University
  • Beau K. Greer, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Poster
Publication Date
5-1-2014
Abstract

Running in a lower-body positive pressure treadmill (LBPP-TM) is utilized for athletes to maintain fitness while recovering from tibial stress fracture. Previous investigations report that step rate is linearly related to level of body weight (BW) support and tibial accelerations (TA) is not significantly reduced until

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Presented at the ACSM 2014 - American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting May 2014 - Orlando, FL.

DOI
10.1249/01.mss.0000495947.42360.3e
Conference Name
61st Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine
Conference Site
Orlando, FL
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information

Rickert, B.J., Moran, M.F., & Greer, B.K. (2014, May). Effect of weight support on tibial accelerations during a lower-body positive pressure treadmill cadence controlled run. Poster presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, FL.