Kinesthesia refers to aa perception of movement obtained from information about the position and rate of movement of the joints.

Kinesthesia is the awareness of the position and movement of the body in space; sense that provides awareness of in which the summation of force is generated directly to the ball, sport object, or opponent, and is often characterized by near-maximal concentric activity in the involved muscles.


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