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The knee was slightly flexed at toe strike in the barefoot condition and continued to flex, reaching peak knee flexion at 49% of stance phase, then at toe off the knee was extended.
For example in walking, coordination of the thigh, shank and foot as elements of a movement pattern depends on the relative position of the joints (hip, knee and ankle) in different stages of gait (toe off, mid swing, etc.) so that reaction force is produced to transport the body in different directions [33].
For the attacking condition, results showed significantly larger angular displacement of the ankle at toe off (t (20) = 4.21, p < 0.001, ES = 1.8), the ankle at initial toe off (t (20) = 4.14, p < 0.001, ES = 1.77), and the ankle at last toe off (t (20) = 4.05, p = 0.001, ES = 1.73).
(x) in the hip joint two peaks were considered in the sagittal plane: the first peak represents the maximum hip extension which occurs in the toe off event; the second peak occurs some instants before heel strike and represents the maximum hip flexion;
Alex Coleman stole the ball off the toe off Taylor just as he was about to shoot, while Thorley also had a free-kick saved by Nemes.
They all reported linear stiffness at the "heel strike" and "toe off" positions of an Otto Bock SACH foot, derived from the force-displacement plots when loading the foot within a materials testing machine.
UNLUCKY Ben Thomas ripped part of a toe off in a bizarre accident.
It's responsive with the ultimate transition from heel strike to toe off. From Dh525.
"I got a little abscess on the toe, and antibiotics didn't work - it just got worse and worse, so they had to take the toe off," he said.
She whapped her big toe off a lounger and is hobbling round like, well, Louis.