Journal of Neurophysiology: Neuromuscular interference of posture on movement: evidence of Alexander Technique teachers rising from chair

August 1, 2016

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While Alexander Technique (AT) teachers have been reported to stand up by shifting weight gradually as they incline the trunk forward, healthy untrained (HU) adults appear unable to rise in this way. This study examines the hypothesis that HU have difficulty rising smoothly, and that this difficulty relates to reported differences in postural stiffness between groups. 

 

Timothy W. Cacciatore, Omar S. Mian, Amy Peters, Brian L. Day Journal of Neurophysiology. Published 1 August 2014  Vol. 112 no. 719-729 DOI: 0.1152/jn.00617.2013

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