Pelvic restraint effect on lumbar gluteal and hamstring muscle electromyographic activation.

@article{Udermann1999PelvicRE,
  title={Pelvic restraint effect on lumbar gluteal and hamstring muscle electromyographic activation.},
  author={Brian E. Udermann and James E. Graves and Ronald G. Donelson and Lori Lynn Ploutz-Snyder and Jean P. Boucher and J H Iriso},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={1999},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={428-31}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the influence of pelvic restraint on electromyographic activation (neural drive) of the lumbar extensor, gluteal, and hamstring muscles during submaximal dynamic lumbar extension in an upright seated position. DESIGN Randomized, balanced, crossover trial comparing the electromyographic activation of the lumbar, gluteal, and hamstring muscles during dynamic lumbar extension exercise with and without pelvic restraint. SETTING Research laboratory at a private research… CONTINUE READING

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