Question: 1. When Were Anterior Tibialis And Gastrocnemius Activities The Highest? The Lowest? Do These Results Support Or Reject Your Hypothesis? 2. How Does The EMG Activity Of The Tibialis Correlate To The EMG Activity Of The Gastrocnemius? Briefly Explain Why This Correlation Exists. Please Explain In 4 To 5 Lines. Write In Your Own Words. Thank You

Question: 1. When Were Anterior Tibialis And Gastrocnemius Activities The Highest? The Lowest? Do These Results Support Or Reject Your Hypothesis? 2. How Does The EMG Activity Of The Tibialis Correlate To The EMG Activity Of The Gastrocnemius? Briefly Explain Why This Correlation Exists. Please Explain In 4 To 5 Lines. Write In Your Own Words. Thank You

Table 4.6: EMG activity of antagonistic muscles of the lower leg during plantar flexion and dorsiflexion. Abs. Int. = relativ

1. When were anterior tibialis and gastrocnemius activities thehighest? The lowest? Do these results support or reject yourhypothesis?

2. How does the EMG activity of the tibialis correlate to theEMG activity of the gastrocnemius? Briefly explain why thiscorrelation exists.

please explain in 4 to 5 lines. Write in your own words.

thank you

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Table 4.6: EMG activity of antagonistic muscles of the lower leg during plantar flexion and dorsiflexion. Abs. Int. = relative EMG activity; Max-Min = maximum- minimum amplitudes; T2-T1 = duration of EMG activity. Means for Anterior Tibialis Means for Gastrocnemius Leg Action Abs. Int. Max- Min (V) T2-T1 (sec) 3.796 Abs. Int. Max- Min (V) 5.167 T2-T1 (sec) 4.214 Plantar Flexion 0.241 0.644 3.035 Plantar Dorsiflexion 0.336 1.141 4.214 2.776 3.712 3.796 0.683 3.901 1.234 0.588 3.410 1.234 Standing Erect Rocking Forward Rocking Backwards 0.899 3.836 2.360 4.049 6.136 2.894 1.351 4.054 2.894 3.223 3.410 2.360 MacBook Pro