2. Data from: “Learning to run over-ground with less tibial shock: change point discovery”
This dataset contains the time series of axial peak tibial acceleration for 10 runners with high tibial shock. The participants performed a running retraining session with real-time auditory biofeedback on axial peak tibial acceleration (cf. tibial shock) at an indoor track and field site at 3.2 ± 0.2 m/s in self-selected footwear. The axial peak tibial acceleration was detected before and during the biofeedback-based intervention using a backpack system connected to a very lightweight accelerometer. Please see the full paper for details on how the data were collected and processed. Data are from an experimental protocol approved by the Ethics Committee of Ghent University (bimetra identification number 2015/0864).