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Relations among dynamic balance tests and a coordination test using center of pressure to pursue a randomly moving target



Relations among dynamic balance tests and a coordination test using center of pressure to pursue a randomly moving target



Perceptual and Motor Skills 117(3): 811-820



The CFP (center of foot pressure) Tracking Test, in which participants pursue a randomly moving target using CFP, is performed in standing position similar to the dynamic balance board and bass dynamic balance tests. The relations among the results of these three tests were examined in 30 young, healthy participants. No significant sex differences were observed between tests. Moderate correlations were observed between the results of the CFP Tracking Test and the balance tests, but not between the two balance tests. The CFP Tracking Test was related to the two balance tests, but evaluates unique abilities other than balance ability.

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PMID: 24665799

DOI: 10.2466/25.03.pms.117x27z8


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