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    993125002 is offline Junior Member
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    Default is your ability to relax a muscle similar to your ability to contract a muscle?

    both are commands sent from the brain correct? (with a few exceptions for contractions).

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    PeterHuntRKC is offline Senior Member
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    Default is your ability to relax a muscle similar to your ability to contract a muscle?

    Hello, 993125002:

    To which "muscle" are you referring?

    Peter.

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    faizalenu is offline Senior Member
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    Default Here is my take....

    Not really..... Muscle don't really contract/relax in isolation like your question seems to imply. You have agosints, antagonists, synergists, and stabilizers.

    Movement is a skill that needs to be practiced because it is so complicated.

    That is why this question is not relavant.

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