Neuromuscular activation patterns during treadmill walking after space flight

@article{Layne1997NeuromuscularAP,
  title={Neuromuscular activation patterns during treadmill walking after space flight},
  author={Charles S. Layne and P. Vernon McDonald and Jacob J. Bloomberg},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={113},
  pages={104-116}
}
Astronauts adopt a variety of neuromuscular control strategies during space flight that are appropriate for locomoting in that unique environment, but are less than optimal upon return to Earth. We report here the first systematic investigation of potential adaptations in neuromuscular activity patterns associated with postflight locomotion. Astronaut-subjects were tasked with walking on a treadmill at 6.4 km/h while fixating a visual target 30 cm away from their eyes after space flights of 8… CONTINUE READING

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