base gait

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base gait

The lateral distance (measured in millimeters) between the midline of the footfall during a person’s normal gait, which is usually measured at the mid point of the heel (or less commonly at the centre of the ankle joint).

base gait

Stride width, walking base Biomechanics The side to side distance–measured in millimeters–between the line of the 2 feet, usually
measured at the mid point of the heel, but sometimes the center of the ankle joint
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Stride width was only measured during session two, and therefore comparisons of stride width between the two riding sessions cannot be made.