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Published on Jan 15, 2013
NASA astronauts explain why muscular strength and coordination are needed to successfully pull and push objects during a spacewalk, and an astronaut trainer shows how to set up the course and correctly perform the two movements in this activity.
How could you perform a physical activity that would improve increase muscular strength, as well as improve upper and lower body coordination?
Many activities require strength to support weight, and coordination to support weight and move without falling over. When riding a skateboard, doing push-ups, crawling across the ground, or lifting a backpack, you are developing muscular strength and coordination.