Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing abduction with right upper extremity

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...
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