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Abdol Mehdipour, Mohamad Ferdowsi, Aydi Alijani and Shahin Goharpey

on lower extremity biomechanics. Am J Sports Med , 2006, 34 (3), 445-455. DOI: 10.1177/0363546505281241. Chimera, N. J., Swanik, K. A., Swanik, C. B., Straub, S. J., Effects of plyometric training on muscle-activation strategies and performance in female athletes. J Athl Train , 2004, 39 (1), 24-31. Lephart, S. M., Abt, J. P., Ferris, C. M., Sell, T. C., Nagai, T., Myers, J. B., Irrgang J. J., Neuromuscular and biomechanical characteristic changes in high school athletes: a plyometric versus basic resistance

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Nicola Lovecchio, Marta Bettoni, Matteo Merati and Luca Eid

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Jonathan Sinclair, Stephen Atkins, Jim Richards and Hayley Vincent

strike patterns and collision forces in habitually barefoot versus shod runners. Nature, 2010; 463: 531-535 Olin ED, Gutierrez GM. EMG and tibial shock upon the first attempt at barefoot running. Hum Mov Sci, 2013; 32: 343-352 Robbins SE, Hanna AM. Running Related Injury Prevention Through barefoot Adaptations, Med Sci Sports Exerc, 1987; 19: 148-156 Shih Y, Lin KL, Shiang TY. Is the foot striking pattern more important than barefoot or shod conditions in running?. Gait Posture, 2013; 38: 490-494 Sinclair J, Greenhalgh A, Edmundson CJ

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T. Zielinska

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Trai Promsang, Vajara Wilairatana, Pairat Tangpornprasert, Chanyaphan Virulsri and Pibul Itiravivong

novel design approach to resisting total hip dislocation. Clinical Biomechanics. 1999; 14: 697-703. 10. Bergmann G, Deuretzbacher G, Heller M, Graichen F, Rohlmann A, Strauss J, Duda GN. Hip contact forces and gait patterns from routine activities. J Biomech. 2001; 34:859-71.

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Daniela Förg and Heinz Ulbrich

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Seung Hyun Hyun and Hyeonseong Jin

of knee brace on coordination and neuronal leg muscle control: An early postoperative functional study in anterior cruciate ligament reconstructed patients. Knee Surg. Sports Traumatol. Arthrosc., 9 (5), 272–281. Schraibman, I. G., Lewis, B., Parmar, J. R. (1981). Clinical comparison of elastic supports for venous diseases of the lower limb and thrombosis prevention. Phlebologie , 35 (1), 61–71. Schween, R., Gehring, D., Gollhofer, A. (2015). Immediate effects of an elastic knee sleeve on frontal plane gait biomechanics in knee osteoarthritis

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Cain C. T. Clark, Claire M. Barnes, Mark Holton, Huw D. Summers and Gareth Stratton

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Agnieszka Stępień

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Tadeusz Bober, Alicja Rutkowska-Kucharska, Sebastian Jaroszczuk, Maciej Barabasz and Wojciech Woźnica

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