Shin-ichiro Takasugi

Noboru Hotta2
Kazutaka Fujishima2
Kenji Masumoto2
2Noboru Hotta
2Kazutaka Fujishima
2Kenji Masumoto
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The primary purpose of this study was to examine whether walking backward in water and walking backward on dry land elicit different electromyographic (EMG) activities in lower-extremity and trunk muscles. Surface EMG was used to evaluate muscle activities while six healthy subjects walked backward in water (with and without a water current, Water + Cur and(More)
This study aimed to examine whether walking in water produces age-related differences in muscle activity, stride frequency (SF), and heart rate (HR) response. Surface electromyography (EMG) was used to evaluate muscle activities in six older and six young subjects while they walked in water immersed to the level of the xiphoid process. The trials in water(More)
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