When you perform athletic movements, your central nervous system gets information about the muscular activity, your body posture and the range of motion of your joints through the visual, balancing and proprioceptive subsystems. Proprioception means that your body senses the position and movement of your joints. Proprioception deficits increase risk of injuries. Proprioceptive training improves your strength, muscular balance and coordination, and reduces risk of injury.

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