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    Dear colleagues:
    We are in the process of acquiring an instrumented treadmill with built-in
    force plates. We are in between two vendors: 1) the Bertec (two plates
    placed right/left with two individual split belts) and 2) the Kistler (two
    plates placed front/back with one belt). I would really like to get some
    feedback about the Pros and Cons of each piece of equipment. This will
    help us tremendously to obtain the best treadmill.

    As usual a summary of the responses will be provided.

    Thank you in beforehand for your feedback

    sj
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    Shing-Jye Chen, Ph.D.
    Co-Director of the HPER Biomechanics Laboratory
    School of Health, Physical Education & Recreation

    University of Nebraska at Omaha
    HPER 207 O
    6001 Dodge St.
    Omaha, NE 68182-0216
    tel. (402) 554-3246
    fax. (402) 554-3693
    e-mail: shingjychen@mail.unomaha.edu
    http://biomech.unomaha.edu/
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