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With trunk flexion to the left, the left trapezius generated 38% of its maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) EMG, while the right trapezius generated 28% of its MVC EMG.

Shrawan Kumar et al.

Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (7), 16 May 2006

Conversely, with the trunk flexed to the right, the right trapezius generated 44% of its MVC EMG, while the left trapezius generated 31% of this value, and all other muscles generated 20% or less of their MVC EMG (20% for the left splenius capitis, 14% for the right splenius capitis, 4% for both the left and right sternocleidomastoids).

Shrawan Kumar et al.

Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (7), 16 May 2006

Electromyogram amplitude In a right anterolateral impact, with the trunk flexed 45 degrees to the right or left, the trapezius muscle ipsilateral to the direction of trunk flexion shows the greatest EMG response ( p < 0.05).

Shrawan Kumar et al.

Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (7), 16 May 2006

At a peak acceleration of 12.8 m/s 2 , for example, with the trunk flexed to the right, the right trapezius generated 44% of its maximal voluntary contraction electromyogram, while all other muscles generated 31% or less of this variable (31% for the left trapezius, 20% for the left splenius capitis, 14% for the right splenius capitis, 4% for both the left and right sternocleidomastoids).

Shrawan Kumar et al.

Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (7), 16 May 2006

When flexed to the left, the left trapezius generated 38% of its maximal voluntary contraction electromyogram, with 28% of the maximal voluntary contraction for the right trapezius, and 25% or less for the remaining muscles (25% for the left splenius capitis, 8% for the right splenius capitis, 6% for the left sternocleidomastoid, and 4% for the left sterncleidomastoid).

Shrawan Kumar et al.

Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (7), 16 May 2006

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