Table 2.

Between-group comparisons of kinematics and power outputs in the combined sample

VariableLSM1 (95% C.I.)LSM2 (95% C.I.)H0
Stride frequency1 −0.632 (0.008) −0.580 (0.004) <0.0001
Stride length1 0.277 (0.008) 0.223 (0.004) <0.0001
Internal power2 −0.854 (0.098) −0.795 (0.042) 0.711
External power2 −0.142 (0.090) −0.190 (0.040) 0.022
Total power2 −0.060 (0.091) −0.090 (0.040) 0.014
Internal power3 −0.923 (0.022) −0.811 (0.011) <0.0001
External power3 −0.203 (0.028) −0.194 (0.015) 0.594
Total power3 −0.151 (0.031) −0.145 (0.016) 0.741
VariableLSM1 (95% C.I.)LSM2 (95% C.I.)H0
Stride frequency1 −0.632 (0.008) −0.580 (0.004) <0.0001
Stride length1 0.277 (0.008) 0.223 (0.004) <0.0001
Internal power2 −0.854 (0.098) −0.795 (0.042) 0.711
External power2 −0.142 (0.090) −0.190 (0.040) 0.022
Total power2 −0.060 (0.091) −0.090 (0.040) 0.014
Internal power3 −0.923 (0.022) −0.811 (0.011) <0.0001
External power3 −0.203 (0.028) −0.194 (0.015) 0.594
Total power3 −0.151 (0.031) −0.145 (0.016) 0.741

LSM1 is the least-squares mean for Group 1 for each variable after dimensionless velocity has been taken into account. LSM2 is the least-squares mean for Group 2 for each variable after dimensionless velocity has been taken into account. 95% confidence intervals are given in parentheses. H0is the probability that LSM1 is equal to LSM2.

1

Stride frequencies and stride lengths were made dimensionless, and dimensionless velocity was the covariate.

2

Velocity was used as the covariate.

3

Dimensionless velocity was used as the covariate.

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