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The up and down bobbing of human walking : a compromise between muscle work and efficiency

Bibliographic reference Massaad, Firas ; Lejeune, Thierry ; Detrembleur, Christine. The up and down bobbing of human walking : a compromise between muscle work and efficiency. In: The Journal of physiology, Vol. 582, no. Pt 2, p. 789-799 (2007)
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