Coordinate of Unicycle Retention Return Decade Resting Phase
Masami Miyazaki*, Takeshi Sato†, Takayuki Watanabe‡, Kazuyoshi Seki*, Eiji Watanabe* and Nobuaki Kawai†
(†) Jissen Women’s University, Japan
(‡) Hachinohe University, Japan
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Analysis of motor skill and performance variability in task with retention affords insight about synergies underlying central nervous system control. Preferential distribution of variability in way that minimally affected the task performance suggests sophisticated neural control. In around 1990, it was adopted monocycle exercise as an educational program in all over the Japanese elementary school. Unfortunately, it was not used the monocycle in daily life. This research assesses the influence of coordinate in motor skills retention. It was measured Electromyography and accelerometer during monocycle motor tasks for ten or more year break interval. It was rapidly activated monocycle performance in all subjects. An analysis of variability in execution using motor retention to quantify performance at results offers substantially more sensitivity to coordinated variables in motor tasks.
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