OPTIMIZATION OF THE KINEMATIC CHAIN IN HUMAN MOVEMENT AS IT RELATES TO TRAINING
AbstractThe theory of the kinematic chains which was first referred by Beyer in 1925, was mostly supported by Bernstein. It starts from the relationship that exists between "toe total" and its separate links, as this relationship is appearing in such an obvious way in the biological organisms. These mechanical movements of the biological system are significantly limited, if besides their mechanical determination, they are also determined biologically, as well as in relation with the purpose of the movements of the above system, in such a way that they lead to the creation of a new quality of movements.
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