The purpose of this study was to investigate the plantar force characteristics of the chasse step and one step footwork during table tennis topspin stroke using one-dimensional statistical parameter mapping (SPM 1d). Twelve national players volunteered to participate in the study. The plantar force of the right foot during the chasse step and one step backward phase (BP) and forward phase (FP) was recorded by instrumented insole systems. Paired sample T tests in SPSS 24.0 (SPSSs Inc, Chicago, IL, USA) were used to analyze peak pressure of each plantar region. For SPM analysis, the plantar force time series curves were marked as a 100% process. A paired-samples T-test in MATLAB was used to analyze differences in plantar force. One step produced a greater plantar force than the chasse step during 6.92-11.22% BP (P=0.039). The chasse step produced a greater plantar force than one step during 53.47-99.01% BP (P
He, Yuqi; Gao, Zixiang; Fekete, Gusztáv; Mitic, Dusan; and Gu, Yaodong
"PLANTAR FORCE COMPARISONS BETWEEN THE CHASSE STEP AND ONE STEP FOOTWORK DURING TOPSPIN FOREHAND USING STATISTICAL PARAMETRIC MAPPING,"
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1, Article 66.
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