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Influence of Leg Dominance on Single-Leg Stance Performance During Dynamic Conditions: An Investigation into the Validity of Symmetry Hypothesis for Dynamic Postural Control in Healthy Individuals

Ozdemir, Recep Ali
Ak, Emre
Objective: The primary purpose of the present study was to examine differences in balance performance between the dominant and nondominant legs during dynamic balance tasks in healthy individuals with no regular exercise backgrounds. As a secondary purpose, gender differences in single-leg stance were also investigated.