Gait Analysis of the Core Action

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.

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5 thoughts on “Gait Analysis of the Core Action”

  1. 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.


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