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Journal of Japan Society of Sports Industry
In this paper, we propose an attempt at dynamics analysis and measurement method of snowboarding turn that is performed on an outside actual snowfield. We assumed the torso and lower limbs of a snowboarder to constitute a three-dimensional rigid link model . This model consists of an upper body, a lumbar part, a pair of thighs, lower thighs and feet and has total 20-degree-of-freedom. Then, joint moments were calculated by applying the Newton-Euler method in order to estimate the load thatdoi:10.5997/sposun.17.33 fatcat:ofjo7cidgfgrvnxmnajexlvtoy