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Knee joint loading in forward versus backward pedaling: implications for rehabilitation strategies.
All joint moments significantly contribute to trunk angular acceleration.
The influence of merged muscle excitation modules on post-stroke hemiparetic walking performance.
Dynamic optimization analysis for equipment setup problems in endurance cycling.
Muscle activity patterns altered during pedaling at different body orientations.
Effect of equinus foot placement and intrinsic muscle response on knee extension during stance.
Rate of isometric knee extension strength development and walking speed after stroke.
Leg extension is an important predictor of paretic leg propulsion in hemiparetic walking.
Braking and propulsive impulses increase with speed during accelerated and decelerated walking.
A comparison of muscular mechanical energy expenditure and internal work in cycling.
A theoretical basis for interpreting the force applied to the pedal in cycling.
Muscle contributions to pre-swing biomechanical tasks influence swing leg mechanics in individuals post-stroke during walking.