This is the first in a series of videos I’ll be sharing from a session in a gait lab. Today’s video looks at the core action in the context of normal running.
For gait analysis professionals, here are the details: the markers on my pelvis were on the ASIS and PSIS on each side, and those on my upper body were on the acromion processes, menubrium, and T1.
Post your comments and questions!
5 thoughts on “Gait Analysis of the Core Action”
This is very interesting, but I can’t “see” any of those things you are talking about, but would really like to. The video needs some context, like what is the “sagittal plane” (in pictures, or a big colored plane to represent it). Also, when talking about the different structures moving, a pointer with a label is necessary. Otherwise it’s just you talking while we watch the same stick figure run 5 times.
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Mike. Because of my training and experience it’s easy for me to see this type of thing and hard to imagine how it appears to others, and your feedback is very helpful in that regard. I’ll bear it in mind as I make the rest of the videos, though at this point the limiting factor is my facility editing video with iMovie.
I just watched it 3-4 times and I have the same comments. Could not understand what is being explained/shown. Sorry about it. Would have liked to understand it as it is interesting. Sylvain
Sylvain, see if this compare/contrast version of the video is helpful to you: https://www.balancedrunner.com/gait-analysis-core-stability-vs-core-action/
I really would like to see some information on the groin, inner thigh, hip. I did really like the running lesson, thank you