The results of the analysis of the first objective are presented in Table 1, both for bilateral mobilization missions and for unilateral stabilization tasks. It is only with the kick of the ball that the dominance of the legs observed corresponds to 100% of the self-reported dominance and is a stable task for both men and women. This is why this bilateral mobilization task was used to compare the dominant leg with unilateral stabilization tasks for the second objective of the study. The results of this analysis are presented in Table 2. With 66.7% for men and 85.0% for women, the agreement to stand on one leg is the highest. The agreement with the jump with one leg is lower: 47.6% for men and 70.0% for women. Measurement and analysis: Participants themselves reported dominance in the Waterloo Footedness Questionnaire-Revised (WFQ-R) and leg dominance was observed during four bilateral mobilization missions and two unilateral stabilization tasks. Description statistics and cross tables were used to report the percentages of the agreement. Quote: van Melick N, Meddeler BM, Hoogeboom TJ, Nijhuis-van der Sanden MWG, van Cingel REH (2017) How to determine leg dominance: the agreement between self-reported performance and performance observed in healthy adults. PLoS ONE 12 (12): e0189876. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0189876 results: the leg used to hit a ball was 100% consistent between the self-declared dominant leg and observed for both men and women.
The dominant leg at the kick of a ball and standing on one leg was the same in 66.7% of men and 85.0% of women. The agreement with the jump with one leg was lower: 47.6% for men and 70.0% for women. A financial swap is an agreement between two counterparties regarding the exchange of financial instruments or cash flow or payments for a specified period. Instruments can be almost anything, but most swaps include cash on the basis of a fictitious capital.   A mortgage holder pays a variable interest rate on his mortgage, but expects that interest rate to increase in the future. Another mortgage holder pays a fixed interest rate, but expects interest rates to fall in the future. They enter into a fixed trading agreement for the float. The two mortgage holders agree on a fictitious principal amount and due date and agree to take over the payment obligations of the other. The first mortgage holder now pays a fixed interest rate to the second mortgage holder while receiving a variable rate. By using a swap, both parties effectively changed their mortgage terms in their preferential interest mode, while neither party had to renegotiate the terms with their mortgage lenders.
The first objective of this study is to determine the most specific question to ask on the basis of the agreement between self-propelled leg dominance using the “Waterloo Footedness Questionnaire-Revised” questionnaire [WFQ-R) questionnaire  and leg dominance observed in four bilateral mobilization missions and two unilateral stabilization missions. The second objective of this study is to re-test the phenomenon described by Hart and Gabbard, which consists of redefining the standing leg between a bilateral mobilization task and a unilateral stabilization task of remaining the same dominant leg. The above studies use different methods to determine leg dominance, so there is still a lack of an ideal method for determining leg dominance [7.8]. In 1998, Peters defined the dominant leg as “the leg used to manipulate or move an object.”