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Table 3.

Normal correlation coefficients between the independent variables in the force plate trials

Body massToe lengthContact timeToe contact timeToe-out angle
Body mass – R=0.35 (P=0.08) R=–0.13 (P=0.54) R=0.03 (P=0.87) R=–0.02 (P=0.93) 
Toe length R=0.35 (P=0.08) – R=0.02 (P=0.94) R=0.26 (P=0.21) R=–0.09 (P=0.67) 
Contact time R=–0.06 (P=0.77) R=0.18 (P=0.38) – R=0.49 (P=0.01) R=–0.05 (P=0.80) 
Toe contact time R=0.30 (P=0.15) R=0.48 (P=0.02) R=0.26 (P=0.21) – R=0.23 (P=0.27) 
Toe-out angle R=0.18 (P=0.37) R=0.01 (P=0.96) R=–0.26 (P=0.21) R=–0.10 (P=0.63) – 
Body massToe lengthContact timeToe contact timeToe-out angle
Body mass – R=0.35 (P=0.08) R=–0.13 (P=0.54) R=0.03 (P=0.87) R=–0.02 (P=0.93) 
Toe length R=0.35 (P=0.08) – R=0.02 (P=0.94) R=0.26 (P=0.21) R=–0.09 (P=0.67) 
Contact time R=–0.06 (P=0.77) R=0.18 (P=0.38) – R=0.49 (P=0.01) R=–0.05 (P=0.80) 
Toe contact time R=0.30 (P=0.15) R=0.48 (P=0.02) R=0.26 (P=0.21) – R=0.23 (P=0.27) 
Toe-out angle R=0.18 (P=0.37) R=0.01 (P=0.96) R=–0.26 (P=0.21) R=–0.10 (P=0.63) – 

Values below the diagonal are correlation coefficients for walks and above the diagonal are for runs. Correlation coefficients in bold are significant at the P=0.05 level

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