volume 29, issue 3, P301-306 1996
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(95)00066-6
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Abstract: Posture control during aiming over a period of 7.5 s preceding the shot was studied among national top-level rifle shooters as well as among national level shooters and amateurs familiar with rifle shooting. Movement of the center of forces (COF) was analyzed in terms of the speed and amplitude of the movement. These calculations were carried out in 1.5 s windows, the first window beginning 7.5 s and ending at 6.0 s prior the shot. The last window ended at the trigger pull. Posture control data differentiated …

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