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- In many ways, this is the most athletic exercise of the workout; it requires more balance, coordination, and proprioception than classic bilateral movements like squats and deadlifts.
- Why You Always Know Where Your Nose Is
- Often considered a sixth sense, proprioception is much less understood than the other five—researchers have identified molecules related to taste and smell, for example, but research on proprioception has lagged behind.
- 7 Signs You Aren't Getting Enough Sleep
- For one, it significantly impacts your ability to balance; for another, it interferes with your body's proprioception, or sense of itself in the world in relation to other objects.
- “Am I tripping, losing balance, getting older or just clumsy?”
- The other system that affects balance is the most common one addressed in physical therapy, called proprioception. There are receptor cells in our joints and muscles that tell our brain instinctively where our body is in space.
- Faulty Proprioception: How MS Can Throw You Off Balance
- Man with proprioception problems on tightrope We stood on a hillside near the edge of the sea, Sadie and I. She was tired from bounding about in the thick tufts of grasses and heather that would one day — one eon, more likely — become peat turf.
Proprioception is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Proprioception books and related discussion.
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