Data from: Nature of the coupling between neural drive and force-generating capacity in the human quadriceps muscle

François Hug, Clément Goupille, Daniel Baum, Brent Raiteri, Paul Hodges, Kylie Tucker, Paul W. Hodges & Brent J. Raiteri
The force produced by a muscle depends on both the neural drive it receives and several biomechanical factors. When multiple muscles act on a single joint the nature of the relationship between the neural drive and force-generating capacity of the synergistic muscles is largely unknown. This study aimed to determine the relationship between the ratio of neural drive and the ratio of muscle force-generating capacity between two synergist muscles (vastus lateralis[VL] and medialis[VM]) in humans....
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