4 edition of Electromyographic analysis of Molbech"s two-joint muscle model found in the catalog.
Electromyographic analysis of Molbech"s two-joint muscle model
Written in English
|Statement||by Steven John Stanhope.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 85 leaves|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Get this from a library. Electromyographic analysis of Molbech's two-joint muscle model. [Steven John Stanhope]. Am J Phys Med. Oct;54(5) Electromyographic study of two-joint muscles.
Fujiwara M, Basmajian JV. To determine the nervous control of two-joint muscles and their coordination with other muscles in monoarticular and biarticular motions, action patterns of important two-joint muscles (rectus femoris and the medial hamstrings) and related one-joint muscles were observed.
The EMG Cited by: 84 Sherif Ali T aha et al.: Electromyographic Analysis of Selected Upper Extremity Muscles during Jump Throwing in Handball  Balius R, Pedret C, Pacheco L, Gutierrez JA, Vives J, Escoda.
Results of this study showed greater muscle activation (% Static Posture Assessment, %SPA) of the rectus abdominis ( vs. %SPA, p = ), latissimus dorsi ( vs. %SPA, p = 0. The patterns of activation of splenius capitis, semispinalis capitis, transversospinalis, and levator scapulae muscles were studied during various head-neck positions, movements, and isometric tests in 19 healthy human subjects.
Myoelectric activities were recorded with intramuscular bipolar wire electrodes. Cervical computerized tomography of each subject was performed before the Cited by: ). Being a two-joint muscle, the hamstrings action during the stance phase is complex, as it can participate both in active hip extension and in restraining knee hyperextension (Perry, ; Stewart et al., ).
Hamstrings activation at the onset of stance. Abstract. A theoretical approach is proposed to define the force and position singular points (FSPs and PSPs) in the circular, ellipsoidal, and linear planar two-joint movements produced under steady loadings directed along the movement traces.
The FSPs coincide with changes in the direction of the force moments acting around the joints; the PSPs show the locations of the extrema at the joint Cited by: 7.