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Peak vertical ground reaction force is a fundamental biomechanical variable often used to assess lower extremity injury risk. Currently, the tools to measure vGRF are not cost effective. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to determine the association between the variables related to IMU-based accelerometry and vGRF as measured from a research grade force-plate during a drop-landing task. Correlations were run on the averages of the 8 trials for peak vGRF to MVA and MMVAD in the right,doi:10.17615/252z-g263 fatcat:u3hkjug3nnehjfbjkn2vxt2y3m