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Analysis of the Upper and Lower Limbs Movement in Elite Fencing Attack Skills
Taewhan Kim, Sanghyup Choi
Korean J Sport Sci. 2021;32(3):445-453.   Published online September 30, 2021

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The vestibulomyogenic response in the upper and lower limbs prior to movement onset
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Simultaneous movements of upper and lower limbs are coordinated by motor representations that are shared by both limbs: a PET study
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