Variability of motor moment during golf swing: study of a female professional player
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Study of th intra-individual variability of the motor moment during the golf swing. It highlighted the variability induced by horizontal ground reaction forces which are rarely taken into account in field.
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Effect of Horizontal Ground Reaction Forces during the Golf Swing: Implications for the development of technical solutions of golf swing analysis BOURGAIN, Maxime; SAURET, Christophe; PRUM, Grégoire; VALDES-TAMAYO, Laura; ROUILLON, Olivier; THOREUX, Patricia; ROUCH, Philippe (MPDI, 2020)The swing is a key movement for golf. Its in-field performance could be estimated by embedded technologies, but often only vertical ground reaction forces (VGRF) are estimated. However, as the swing plane is inclined, ...
Contribution of vertical and horizontal components of ground reaction forces on global motor moment during a golf swing: a preliminary study BOURGAIN, Maxime; SAURET, Christophe; ROUILLON, Olivier; THOREUX, Patricia; ROUCH, Philippe (Informa UK Limited, 2017)No abstract available
Determination of the intervertebral spinal axial rotation in a golf player population: a preliminary study PRUM, Grégoire; BOURGAIN, Maxime; SAURET, Christophe; ROUILLON, Olivier; ROUCH, Philippe; THOREUX, Patricia (Informa UK Limited, 2017)No abstract available
Biomechanical analysis of the golf swing: methodological effect of angular velocity component on the identification of the kinematic sequence MARSAN, Thibault; THOREUX, Patricia; BOURGAIN, Maxime; ROUILLON, Olivier; ROUCH, Philippe; SAURET, Christophe (2019)The golf swing is a complex whole-body motion for which a proximal-to-distal transfer of the segmental angular velocitiesfrom the pelvis to the club is believed to be optimal for maximizing the club head linear velocity. ...
BOURGAIN, Maxime; HYBOIS, Samuel; THOREUX, Patricia; ROUILLON, Olivier; ROUCH, Philippe; SAURET, Christophe (Elsevier BV, 2018)The golf swing is a complex full body movement during which the spine and shoulders are highly involved. In order to determine shoulder kinematics during this movement, multibody kinematics optimization (MKO) can be ...