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This study analyzed the influence of different speeds on ground reaction force's (GRF), impulses and mean vertical force during gait of people submitted to occasional overload (backpack). A force plate was used to record the GRF data of 60 young adult subjects walking in two different cadences: 69 steps/min (slow gait) and 120 steps/min (fast gait). During the slow gait, the impact and propulsive impulses of vertical GRF, propulsive impulse of anterior-posterior GRF, impulse of medial-lateraldoi:10.26537/1243 fatcat:nbpnikkd6ncmzgfb6jn6oy6eu4