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A comparison of biomechanical symmetry indices during side cutting in healthy female athletes
|Title:||A comparison of biomechanical symmetry indices during side cutting in healthy female athletes|
|Contributors:||Freemyer , Bret (advisor)|
Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science (department)
show 1 moreSymmetry index
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i at Manoa|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study was to identify the differences and relationships between limb symmetry indices during side cutting in youth healthy female athletes. This study was the first that compared different indices during side-cutting in healthy female athletes. Symmetry indices showed less differences from each other in kinematics than kinetics. NSI following SI and SA might be recommended for clinical practices since the values of NSI stay within 100%. However, no clear advantage of NSI besides this point was observed in this study. This data could be used as normative values during side-cutting for healthy female athletes.|
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M.S. - Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science|
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