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What Olympic gymnasts can teach us about improving our balance

By Anthony Blazevich, Professor of Biomechanics, Edith Cowan University
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Gymnasts need to carefully calibrate their leg muscles to gain optimum spring from the floor, springboard or beam. And their arms are crucial for balance and creating the right amount of rotation.

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