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Methods: The subjects were 10 healthy country, two male students (age 13.5 ± 0.53 years, BMI was 18.25 ± 1.04 Kg / m 2), slung the usual manner, respectively, re-position high back (on the anterior superior iliac spine ), back re-position (greater trochanter), re-position the low back (greater trochanter - knee, ankle outside the midline) and did not back heavy to bear four different conditions on the treadmill. In this study, Kinema Tracer 3D motion analysis system (Kissei Comtec) joins four aircraft speed camera (60Hz) to capture temporal and kinematic parameters of gait body.
Results: (a) re-position stepping back under different long-standing period, swing your feet to stand on stage and there was no difference (two) different back torso angle statistically significant level re-position, re-position back and tall in the back Heavy weight back position is greater than the position of the low back and no heavy weight position back no more than low back heavy (three) different positions of the body weight back torsion angle was not statistically significant, the variation of the body to reverse the district level of statistical significance, no back weight when with high-back position is greater than the weight of heavy high-back position. (D) hip angle position under different weight back statistically significant level, which in the preferred side, back position and low weight no greater than the weight back, low back and re-position tall without back heavy; non-dominant side, back re-position high, medium and low weight greater than without back.
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I'm a student from the accounting stream. As a very large part of our curriculum focuses on the technical knowledge in accounting, we seldom have the chance to use English. I have a love in English though. But what troubled me most is speaking English. Communicating in spoken English has been very difficult to me because I'm always worried about making errors, which is made worse by my lack of practice.
- Sep 23 Tue 2014 16:13
These exercises cover the skills required to complete the final stage of Phase I -- the pursuit driving scenario. This exercise puts each of the students in a simulated pursuit driving situation where they are pitted against an instructor under controlled conditions. Students are required to perform divided attention tasks, such as conducting two-way radio communication while avoiding any possible hazardous situations during the pursuit. Students must determine whether to terminate or continue the pursuit based on existing conditions. If the decision is made to continue the pursuit, the student must maintain a safe following distance and complete the course without becoming involved in a collision with any objects or cones outlining the simulated roadway.