* MBH--Body Height (cm) was measured with a classical anthropometer
Height was measured with a fixed anthropometer
, and it was also performed in duplicate, being accepted values with a maximum of one centimeter of difference.
Weight and height were measured in a digital scale equipped with Balmac[R] anthropometer
(150 kg weight capacity, 50 g precision; 2.13 m height, 0.5 cm precision)--individuals were placed in standing position, barefoot and wearing light clothing.
Anthropometric measurements were taken as per the Plug - in gait recommendations using a joint Anthropometer
. 12 Vicon MX T20 - S cameras (@250 fps) (Vicon, Oxford Metrics, Oxford, UK) were used to collect the kinematic data.
beam scale (accuracy 0.1 kg), body height (BH) using anthropometer
Height was measured to the nearest 0.1 cm using an anthropometer
(GPM 101, Switzerland).
[10,11] Height and knee and elbow widths were measured using the Harpenden anthropometer
set (Holtain Ltd., Crymych, Dyfed, Wales, UK).
Anthropometric measurements of students were taken by an anthropometer
and a height measurement scale (Lafayette Instrument Company, Model 01290).
Lower leg anthropometric measurements were taken from the right leg with an anthropometer
(Lafayette Instrument Company, 01291, Lafayette, Indiana, USA).
The height (Martin Metal Anthropometer
) and body mass (A&D Instruments, UK) of the participants were measured to the nearest 0.1 cm and 0.05 kg, respectively.
The body height (BH) was measured with the Martin anthropometer
(GMP, Switzerland) to the nearest 0.1 cm.
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