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A Study on the Characteristics of Lower Extremity Motion of Middle-aged Women in Accordance with Walking Speed to Improve Functions of Walking-shoe
Se-Jin Kong, Jung-Ho Lee, Kyu-Chan Lim, Jin-Hyun Kim
Korean J Sport Sci. 2016;27(2):272-280.   Published online June 30, 2016

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Walking velocity in aged persons: its association with lower extremity joint range of motion
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Effects of Shoe Heel Height on Walking Velocity and Electromyographic Activities of Lower Extremity Muscles During Short- and Long-Distance Walking in Young Females
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Lower trunk motion and speed-dependence during walking
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