centre of pressure
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centre of pressureimaginary point calculated by adding up the moments of the fluid (liquid or gas) pressure, or drag, of all segments of a body or object.
centre of pressure; CP point within the base of support through which the full ground reaction force acts
pathway of CP the trace across the plantar surface representing the line followed by CG (as the foot bears weight in relation to forward movement) from the lateral plantar border of the heel and midfoot, across the forefoot (from lateral to medial) and thence to the hallux pulp