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Fig. 2 | BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fig. 2

From: How to squat? Effects of various stance widths, foot placement angles and level of experience on knee, hip and trunk motion and loading

Fig. 2

Averaged values including standard deviation of ΔD* [% of leg length] displayed for the novice squatter (n), the experienced squatter non-loaded (e) and loaded (e+), for all three stance widths and all three foot placement angles. ΔD* is significant different between the different stance widths, foot placement angles and between the groups. While an increasing angle in the foot placement angle led to an increasing ΔD*, an increased stance width resulted in a decreased ΔD*. Novice squatters showed a higher ΔD*, while additional weight provoked a smaller ΔD*

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