Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude

Steve Lavender, Gunnar B J Andersson, Yang Hwei Tsuang, Ali Hafezi

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摘要

The present investigation describes the cocontraction of eight trunk muscles during the application of asymmetric loads to the torso. External moments of 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 Nm were applied to the torso via a harness system. The direction of the applied moment was varied by 30 degree increments to the subjects' right side between and including sagittally symmetric orientations front and rear. Surface electromyography (EMG) was used to monitor the activities of the left and right Latissimus Dorsi, Erector Spinae, External Oblique, and Rectus Abdominus in 10 subjects. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) procedures showed significant interactions between the moment magnitude and direction factors for 7 of the eight muscles. Further analyses were employed to determine which muscles were 'active' for each moment direction. This allowed the changes in muscle coactivation to be described as moment magnitudes and directions were varied.
原文英語
主出版物標題Proceedings of the Human Factors Society
發行者Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc
頁面738-742
頁數5
1
出版狀態已發佈 - 1991
對外發佈Yes
事件Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 35th Annual Meeting Part 1 (of 2) - San Francisco, CA, USA
持續時間: 九月 2 1991九月 6 1991

其他

其他Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 35th Annual Meeting Part 1 (of 2)
城市San Francisco, CA, USA
期間9/2/919/6/91

指紋

Muscle
Electromyography
Analysis of variance (ANOVA)

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

引用此文

Lavender, S., Andersson, G. B. J., Tsuang, Y. H., & Hafezi, A. (1991). Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude. 於 Proceedings of the Human Factors Society (卷 1, 頁 738-742). Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc.

Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude. / Lavender, Steve; Andersson, Gunnar B J; Tsuang, Yang Hwei; Hafezi, Ali.

Proceedings of the Human Factors Society. 卷 1 Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc, 1991. p. 738-742.

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型會議貢獻

Lavender, S, Andersson, GBJ, Tsuang, YH & Hafezi, A 1991, Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude. 於 Proceedings of the Human Factors Society. 卷 1, Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc, 頁 738-742, Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 35th Annual Meeting Part 1 (of 2), San Francisco, CA, USA, 9/2/91.
Lavender S, Andersson GBJ, Tsuang YH, Hafezi A. Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude. 於 Proceedings of the Human Factors Society. 卷 1. Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc. 1991. p. 738-742
Lavender, Steve ; Andersson, Gunnar B J ; Tsuang, Yang Hwei ; Hafezi, Ali. / Trunk muscle coactivation. The effects of load asymmetry and load magnitude. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society. 卷 1 Publ by Human Factors Soc Inc, 1991. 頁 738-742
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