Table 3.  Changes in pelvic rotation during the incremental test (n=7). Data are means (ąSD).

 

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

 

Time A

Time B

Time A

Time B

Time A

Time B

Time A

Time B

Time A

Time B

Posterior rotation at the finish (°)

-9.9 (7.2)

-20.6 (8.3)

-19.4 (3.5)

-21.7 (8.9)

-20.2 (5.6)

-23.0 (9.0)

-16.8 (5.2)

-23.4 (9.3

-17.3 (3.3

-25.3 (9.0)

Maximum posterior rotation (°)

-23.7 (6.9)

-20.8 (8.2)

-25.5 (7.0)

-22.0 (8.8)

-26.7 (7.4)

-23.1 (9.0)

-27.0 (7.4)

-23.6 (9.3)

-28.0 (7.7)

-25.5 (9.0)

% stroke where maxPR occurs

32.7 (3.4)

30.1 (3.1)

33.3 (3.1)

30.9 (2.4)

34.6 (3.4)

31.4 (2.7)

35.7 (4.4)

32.3 (2.8)

36.9 (4.2)

33.9 (2.4)

Anterior rotation at the catch (°)

12.6 (5.5)

19.0 (2.6)

12.7 (6.1)

18.7 (2.4)

12.1 (6.2)

19.2 (2.6)

12.4 (5.7)

18.9 (2.9)

12.5 (5.8)

17.4 (3.5)

Maximum anterior rotation (°)

15.5 (5.4)

22.7 (2.9)

15.1 (5.9)

22.0 (2.8)

14.1 (5.9)

21.6 (2.8)

14.5 (5.7)

21.1 (2.4)

14.4 (5.9)

19.0 (3.4)

% stroke where maxAR occurs

80.9 (10.2)

74.3 (10.1)

81.1 (9.4)

78.1 (12.1)

85.6 (9.2)

81.6 (12.5)

87.0 (8.8)

82.1 (11.6)

88.6 (8.2)

83.9 (10.6)

NB anterior rotation of the pelvis denoted by positive angles, posterior by negative. Abbreviations: maxPR = maximal posterior rotation, maxTE = maximal anterior rotation.