|MadSci Network: Biophysics|
Hello, I was recently reading about flexor and extensor muscle groups. My question is, would using a flexor muscle, say the bicep, to do an activity, say put a dot into a square, be more accurate than using the extensor muscle, in this case the tricep. My understanding of it is that is would be more accurate, however i'm not sure why this is so. Does is have anything to do with a person's centre of gravity? Thankyou Ric Porteous
Re: Does the distance from one's centre of gravity effect coordination?
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