Have done some reading as always and found an interesting article, but I just don't get it. How can you found out your own stride angle? Or witch exact angles are they measuring?
Here is there explanation:
The Stride Angle is the angle of the parable tangent deriving from the movement of a stride (L=stride length, h=height to which the foot is risen)
And hear is the abstract to the article http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24276308
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