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Tanya R. Prewitt-White

’s experience and my own and each time she gave name to her experience, my body clenched. I could not help but question why he had never crossed the line with me. Yet, when the survivor described how icky she felt when Coach held her hand and how he caressed the base of her wrist with his middle finger

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Marcus Börjesson, Carolina Lundqvist, Henrik Gustafsson and Paul Davis

. Flexor digitorum was chosen since this muscle is responsible for ‘bending’ movements, particularly of the fingers but also of the wrist. Thus, the muscle influences the fine motor movements that athletes require in a wide variety of different sports. Previous studies applying EMG-measurements have shown