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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"It's really hard, with a walking base and a lot of difficult fingering for the melody," Kevin says.
It's perfect as a Brecon Beacons walking base. The large rooms are beautifully decorated, there are dozens of antiques and the art collection includes sketches by Whistler.
Among spatial-temporal gait parameters, step velocity, cycle duration, cadence, stride length, and walking base (step width) were averaged over the ten walk trials.
Anogyra is a great walking base, not least because it has two public pools where you can enjoy a post-walk plunge to cool off - and the sea, which gleams invitingly in the distance, is only 20 minutes' drive away.
From Ford join the A697 near Crookham and drive south-east to Wooler, a good walking base. Another 16 miles further south turn right on the B6341 past Cragside, briefly retracing the outward journey but this time continuing on the same road through Rothbury, towards Hepple and Elsdon.
From Ford,join the A697 near Crookham and drive south-east to Wooler, a good walking base. Another 16 miles further south turn right on the B6341past Cragside, briefly retracing the outward journey but this time continuing on the same road through Rothbury, towards Hepple and Elsdon.