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Is interindividual variability of EMG patterns in trained cyclists related to different muscle synergies?
Journal of applied physiology
Hug F, Turpin NA, Guével A, Dorel S. Is interindividual variability of EMG patterns in trained cyclists related to different muscle synergies?. Our aim was to determine whether muscle synergies are similar across trained cyclists (and thus whether the same locomotor strategies for pedaling are used), despite interindividual variability of individual EMG patterns. Nine trained cyclists were tested during a constant-load pedaling exercise performed at 80% of maximal power. Surface EMG signalsdoi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01305.2009 pmid:20299611 fatcat:gejjjdrmrfeo3klmrxdqdy6ega