force-time curve

force-time curve

graphic representation of passage of centre of pressure as it travels through the foot during gait, showing vertical (Fz), anteroposterior (Fy) and mediolateral (Fx) components of ground reaction force
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Therefore, evaluating isometric force-time curve with testing protocol as used in the present investigation has the potential to provide information that would increase start training performance.
2013) Reliability of force-time curve characteristics during maximal isometric leg press in differently trained high-level athletes.
Impacts are performed at 1 m/sec on specimens of varying thickness, and force-time curve data is generated by the Ceast DAS 4000 instrumented impact system.
The non-flat-footed bilateral landings show two peak vertical forces in the force-time curve, as it can be observed in Figure 1.
The force-time curve was obtained directly using the platform.
In the most common two-footed landings usually appear two peak forces (F1 and F2) in the force-time curve and the second one is usually related to injury's risk.
Explosive strength was measured as RFD from the isometric force-time curve.
1990) The effect of the rate of muscle contraction on the force-time curve parameters of male and female subjects.
Force-time curves were analysed during the mid thigh pull.
A mean value was determined by visual inspection of the force-time curve and identification of one second of relatively stable (by visual inspection of the force-time curve) force production at or near the peak force value.
Force-time curves (100 Hz) were obtained and analyzed for the sum of peak and mean arm ground reaction forces.
The data were recorded by operating the software as force-time curves.