stance time

stance time

The duration of the stance phase in the gait cycle.
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Far afield from the basic pedometers and other crude wearables that have been around for years--including, now, even GPS devices which once seemed exotic--the new generation of training devices includes features that can measure stride length, heel-toe footstrike ratios, stance time and cadence.
Consequently, basic spatiotemporal gait parameters including the step length, stance time, and cadence were automatically measured from these two phases.
Throughout the Berlin race, Bolt's stance time was greater than that of his competitors.
The minister said the recent round of Pak-India talks proved that the PPP-led government had taken a strong stance on all issues, including Kashmir, which had forced India to change its stance time and again.
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If only the similar gait deviations between CPIFA and NIFA groups were considered and if the differences with TD group were not considered, the conditioned parameters would be: the decrease in ROM of the knee, hip and ankle, peak plantar flexion, peak plantar flexion moment in early stance, peak knee extension moment in mid-stance, hip flexor moment in late stance and the increase in dorsiflexion angle at the ankle, knee extension moment in late stance, knee power absorption during stance, cadence and stance time.
Programs utilizing single leg stance on stable and unstable surfaces, Star Excursion Balance Training (SBET), and mini-trampoline exercise have demonstrated improvement in single leg stance time and the reduction of postural sway among subjects (1, 5).
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A GAITRite (CIR Systems Inc/GAITRite; Sparta, New Jersey) instrumented walkway (457 cm long, 80 Hz) recorded gait speed, cadence, step length, stride length, support base, single support time, double support time, stance time, step time, and stride time.
Also, when Hudson analysed the length of time that each animal's foot remained in contact with the ground - the stance time - she noticed that for some of the cheetah's limbs it was longer, and the team suspects that this may be another factor that contributes to the wild cheetah's record performance.
Other researchers reporting on stance time in subjects with TFA have concluded that increased nondisabled stance time implies increased sense of security and comfort [26].
Calculated spatial and temporal parameters included step length, stance time (from heel-contact to toe-off), and double-support time (from heel-contact to opposite toe-off) for each limb.