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action potentials AFFECTING RECIPROCAL ACTIVITY agonist agonist and antagonist alpha motoneuron amplitude of cocontraction antagonist activity antagonist muscle audio feedback Basmajian biceps brachialis change of direction co-ordination cocon cocontraction increases concentric and eccentric decrease Duchenne dynamic stretch ECCENTRIC CONTRACTION eccentric flexion effect elbow electrodes electromyographic elicit Extension Cocontraction extrafusal muscle fibers facilitation factors Figure flexion and extension flexion cocontraction flexion through full flexor and extensor full range glass Golgi tendon organ grade gravity-eliminated movement humerus incidence of cocontraction increased with increasing increasing load intrafusal fibers isometric contractions isometric flexion isotonic joint lengthened position Levine and Kabat motor muscle fibers muscle spindle muscular nuclear chain fiber ONE-JOINT MUSCLES patterns Percentage of Records position for extension precision movement procedure proprioceptive reflex receptors reciprocal innervation Records Showing Cocontraction RELATED TO LOAD reverse on command secondary endings Sherrington starting position subject performed Table tion traction triceps voluntary cocontraction voluntary movement