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Dynamic analysis

Provide dynamic analysis

as graphs and objective figures!

1. Overhead squat

- Recommended order: ① COG line → ② Change in center of gravity → ③ Change in angle between knees

① When squatting, the red COG line moves. 

② The center of gravity shifts to the right when the graph of change in center of gravity moves down, and to the left when it rises.

③ Ideally, the waves in the green (left leg) and pink (right leg) graphs should be the same. The bigger gaps between both lines the more concerning for body balance.

- Recommended order: ① Overall Imbalance Index → ② Risk ranking → ③ Risk results

① This is the overall score. The closer to 0 point the better the squat.

② Describes from the most concerning.

③ A posture score closer to 0 is ideal. 

Describes muscle tension caused by imbalanced movements.

2. Single leg stance

- Recommended order: ① Balance maintenance time → ② Center of motion

① Generally, holding for about 1 minute can be regarded as 'good'.

(However, it’s okay to do only 10 seconds)

The graph shows the stability by consistency shown on the graph.

② Based on the center of the gravity (yellow circle on the chest), the path of the body movement is shown.

It shows how the imbalance and stability are.

- The graph shows the unstable movements of the lower body

- This graph shows the knee holding angle.

It’s good for elders and pregnant women. 

Probable to have issues with going up the stairs in case of issues with knee holding angle.