Table 5.

Summary of variables showing differences (according to univariate ANOVAs) due to direction

VariableUpDown
Maximum humerus-forearm angle136.7° 150.5°
Minimum humerus-ramp angle -7.7° -25.3°
Pectoral girdle angle range 42.7° 50.6°
Minimum femur-crus angle 91.2° 100.5°
Time to minimum pelvic girdle-femur angle 39.6% 94.4%
Time to minimum femur-ramp angle 41.6% 75.6%
Time to minimum forearm-ramp angle 31.2% 87.1%
Time to maximum crus-ramp angle 27.4% 69.8%
Time to maximum femur-crus angle 37.3% 73.0%
Time to minimum pectoral girdle-humerus angle88.3% 43.6%
Time to maximum humerus-forearm angle68.9% 3.1%
Time to minimum femur-crus angle86.6% 33.4%
Time to minimum humerus-ramp angle98.0% 59.5%
Time to maximum forearm-ramp angle82.6% 41.7%
Time to minimum crus-ramp angle86.6% 33.4%
Time to maximum pectoral girdle-humerus 56.5% 17.6%
Time to maximum pelvic girdle-femur 11.6% 60.1%
Time to maximum humerus-ramp 63.7% 35.8%
  • Bold type indicates greater values (for angular variables) or earlier occurrence in the stride (for timing variables). Variables in italic type were not satistically significant but approached significance.