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The Effects of the Stirrup Length Fitted to the Rider`s Lower Limb Length on the Riding Posture for Less Skilled Riders during Trot in Equestrian
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The Effects of the Stirrup Length Fitted to the Rider`s Lower Limb Length on the Riding Posture for Less Skilled Riders during Trot in Equestrian
Hyun, Seung-Hyun; Ryew, Che-Cheong;
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 Abstract
Objective : The purposes of this study was to analyze the effects of the stirrup length fitted to the rider`s lower limb length and it`s impact on less skilled riders during trot in equestrian events. Methods : Participants selected as subjects consisted of less skilled riders(n
 Keywords
Equestrian;Less skilled rider;Stirrups lengths;Average vertical force;lower limb ratio 74.04%;
 Language
Korean
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