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2014 | 15 | 4 | 209-215
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The Effects of Various Running Inclines on Three-Segment Foot Mechanics and Plantar Fascia Strain

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Purpose. There has yet to be a combined analysis of three-dimensional multi-segment foot kinematics and plantar fascia strain in running gait at various degrees of inclination. The aim of the current study was therefore to investigate the above during treadmill running at different inclines (0°, 5°, 10° and 15°). Methods. Twelve male participants ran at 4.0 m · s-1 in the four different inclinations. Three-dimensional kinematics of the foot segments and plantar fascia strain were quantified for each incline and contrasted using one-way repeated measures ANOVA. Results and conclusions. The results showed that plantar fascia strain increased significantly as a function of running incline. Given the projected association between plantar fascia strain and the aetiology of injury, inclined running may be associated with a greater incidence of injury to the plantar fascia.
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15
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4
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209-215
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wydano
2014-12-01
otrzymano
2014-10-05
zaakceptowano
2014-11-28
online
2015-03-27
Twórcy
  • Division of Sport Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom , JKSinclair@uclan.ac.uk
  • Division of Sport Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom
  • Division of Sport Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom
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