Main Outcome Measures
List of Abbreviations:BLOB (backward loss of balance), BOS (base of support), CNS (central nervous system), COM (center of mass), R-3mo (3-month slip), R-6mo (6-month slip), S1 (1st slip of training session), S24 (last slip of training session), XCOM/BOS (anteroposterior position of the COM relative to the BOS), ẊCOM/BOS (anteroposterior velocity of the COM relative to the BOS)
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