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Contralateral Movement



Your right arm goes with your left leg and vice versa.

Why is that? What happens from this patterning?

“Coordination and Stability: Practising contralateral movement enhances our coordination and stability, as it requires synchronizing multiple muscle groups and body segments.


Performance in Activities: Contralateral movement is essential for sports, dance, and martial arts, where coordinated movement patterns are required for optimal performance.

Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention: Incorporating contralateral movement into rehabilitation programs can help restore balance and coordination, reduce the risk of injury, and promote overall movement quality.”

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