MISC

2015年

1P1-G06 人体寸法によるランニング関連障害因子の推定

ロボティクス・メカトロニクス講演会講演概要集
  • 槇本 敦
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  • 保原 浩明
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  • 小林 吉之
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  • 植田 智也
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  • 持丸 正明
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  • 竹村 裕

2015
0
開始ページ
_1P1
終了ページ
G06_1-_1P1-G06_4
記述言語
日本語
掲載種別
出版者・発行元
一般社団法人 日本機械学会

Tibial stress fractures, which are among the most serious overuse injuries in runners, are related to lower extremity loading variables (i.e., vertical impact peak, average and instantaneous vertical loading rate). Although anthropometric variables are thought to be associated with the loading variables, evidence regarding the relationship has not been reported. The goal of this study was to predict the loading variables during running using anthropometric features. Ten male subjects were asked to run at 3.5 m/s on a treadmill mounted on force plates, where we calculated lower extremity loading variables. We also measured their anthropometric features mainly from lower extremities. There were no significant correlations between the anthropometric features and the average and instantaneous vertical loading rate. However, we found that vertical impact peak was predictable from the foot breadth normalized to the leg length, using both stepwise linear regression and multiple linear regression analysis. The results of the present study suggests that vertical impact peak was depends on anthropometric variables.

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http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110010053159

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