toe-off

toe-off

(tō′of″)
The point in a person's walk (gait) at which the foot rises from the floor.
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This design guides a smoother toe-off and overall ride, with durability and traction infused into the heel and forefoot.
Internationally-recognised basics of normal human gait, which include the ability of the Claimant to heel-strike, midstance, and toe-off with either foot can be eyeballed' within a simple clinic setting, and used as a reference-point to describe an abnormal gait pattern, if indeed an abnormal gait pattern is present.
Saute trials were scored for time at movement start and end, time at toe-off, and time at toe-down.
Here we look in detail at running form from toe-off through the swing-through phase, including the upper body movements and how they coordinate with the lower body ones.
We used this approach as our automatic event detection algorithm because of its ease of use and because it ensures the local minima in toe-ground clearance that occurs at or just after toe-off would not be identified in error as the point of MTC.
The FT was defined and calculated as the time between toe-off and subsequent initial contact of the contralateral foot.
We can postulate that a flexion point proximal may jeopardize the shoe's stability and may exacerbate the problem of efficient toe-off observed in patients with chronic gout," the researchers noted.
Directionally positioned blades maximize cutting and allow for quick changes of direction, while secondary toe traction provides added toe-off power for those first critical steps.
Push-off represents the final time frame from heel-off to toe-off.
01) Angular kinematics * ([degrees]) Knee extension at heel strike -19 (13) -18 (9) Knee extension at mid stance -11 (7) -14 (6) Hip extension at mid stance -5 (6) -7 (6) Hip extension at push off 5 (9) 7 (8) Knee flexion at toe-off 46 (10) 48 (13) Ankle plantarflexion at toe-off 33 (9) 32 (11) Hip flexion at mid swing 23 (10) 24 (8) Walking pattern Intensities 50% HRR 60% HRR Linear kinematics (m) P step length 0.
Wachter: Our new, exclusive Axeler technology propels the athlete's foot through the critical toe-off stage.