Dear Members,

I'm facing with the next problem, asking your help : I would like to compare the effect of an intervention on the free moment. As the values of the free moment are influenced by the subject velocity and possibly, by the intervention I would like to reduce the velocity's contribution through normalization. The only one reference regarding the velocity normalization I found in the case of angular momentum [ http://jeb.biologists.org/content/211/4/467.abstract ]. As there are big differences between subject velocities pre and post intervention I would like to ask you if free moment normalization with velocity x body weight x height could solve my problem. I would be grateful for any references on this subject.

Thank you in advance for your help,

Respectfully,

Daniel

I'm facing with the next problem, asking your help : I would like to compare the effect of an intervention on the free moment. As the values of the free moment are influenced by the subject velocity and possibly, by the intervention I would like to reduce the velocity's contribution through normalization. The only one reference regarding the velocity normalization I found in the case of angular momentum [ http://jeb.biologists.org/content/211/4/467.abstract ]. As there are big differences between subject velocities pre and post intervention I would like to ask you if free moment normalization with velocity x body weight x height could solve my problem. I would be grateful for any references on this subject.

Thank you in advance for your help,

Respectfully,

Daniel

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