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Biomechanical Evaluation of Trekking Shoes using 3D Bootie Method as Mimics Barefoot Form
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Biomechanical Evaluation of Trekking Shoes using 3D Bootie Method as Mimics Barefoot Form
Yoo, Chan-Il; Jeon, Keun-Hwan; Won, Yonggwan; Kim, Jung-Ja;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to evaluate biomechanical characteristics of trekking shoes using 3D Bootie method as mimics barefoot form of F Co. that provides the best comfort and plantar pressure dispersion. The control group is normal trekking shoes of M Co. and K Co.. 13 healthy males measured the foot pressure, EMG and GRF. Collected data was analyzed using One-way ANOVA in order to investigate the effects of each trekking shoes. The results are as follows: Trekking shoe of F Co. was significantly wider in contact area than others at MF and significantly lower in maximum force, peak pressure than others at RF. In the case of muscle activity, acted in the same way as the effect of barefoot walking. In the case of GRF, effectively absorbed the impact force, so it is possible to efficient walking. As a result of the analysis, trekking shoe using of 3D Bootie method of F Co. can be efficient walking by reducing the load of foot during walking.
 Keywords
EMG;GRF;Plantar Pressure;Trekking Shoe;3D Bootie Method;
 Language
Korean
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