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The posturo-kinetic effects of having no initial ground support under the movement leg were studied during kicking movements. Considerable effects were observed on the efficiency of the voluntary movement, which was noticeably reduced, as well as on the organisation of the postural adjustments. The fact that the efficiency of the movement was lower than(More)
Two types of kicking movements were studied: "touch mode" (minimal impact force) and "strike mode" (maximal impact force). Notable differences have been found to exist between the two kicking conditions. In the "strike mode", the onset of the voluntary movement occurred later and the movements of the postural segments preceding the voluntary movement were(More)
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