The unique action of bi-articular muscles in complex movements.

  title={The unique action of bi-articular muscles in complex movements.},
  author={G J van Ingen Schenau and Maarten F. Bobbert and R. H. Rozendal},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
Actions of muscles that pass over more than one joint are mainly described with respect to movements in the joints that are crossed. In a previous study of push-off without plantar flexion it was shown that the transformation of knee angular velocity into translation of the body is constrained by the fact that velocity difference between hip and ankle has to reach its peak value a long time before the knee is extended. The present study was meant to test the hypothesis that the action of the… CONTINUE READING
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