The influence of body position on leg kinematics and muscle recruitment during cycling.

Abstract

The effects of upper body orientation on neuromuscular control of the leg during cycling are not well understood. Our aim was to investigate the effects of upper body orientation on control of movement of distal leg segments during cycling. We compared three-dimensional leg and foot kinematics and muscle recruitment patterns between upright and aerodynamic… (More)

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