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From: Wearing a safety harness during treadmill walking influences lower extremity kinematics mainly through changes in ankle regularity and local stability

Figure 3

Linear measures from the lower extremity joint range of motions. MeanRoM: central tendency, SDRoM: standard deviation, and CoVRoM: coefficient of variation, for the range of motion (RoM) of all three joints of the lower extremities. LA: left ankle. RA: right ankle. LK: left knee. RK: right knee. LH: left hip. RH: right hip. Error bars denote between-subjects standard error of the mean. Statistically significant effects in the two-way (Side: Right/Left; Harness: With/Without) repeated measures ANOVAs are reported, with pH and pS/H corresponding to p-values for the harness main effect and the side├Śharness interaction effect, respectively. Results from the post-hoc Tukey's HSD analyses are reported in the presence of an interaction effect, with the difference between average values indicated with horizontal bars and p-values.

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