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Wiggle Where You're At: Proprioception

 This activity (aka "snack") provides instructions for observing your sense of body position where your legs and arms are, for example even with your eyes closed.Since most of us are highly dependent on visual cues for judging distance, position, etc.
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 This activity (aka "snack") provides instructions for observing your sense of body position--where your legs and arms are, for example--even with your eyes closed.Since most of us are highly dependent on visual cues for judging distance, position, etc. proprioception alone is not enough to give us the fine detail of position.

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