What is Bimanual Coordination?
From the paper:
Human movement is composed of a large number of components, which include neurons, muscles, and joints. Past studies on bimanual coordination have revealed a general preference to move the limbs in a symmetrical fashion, also denoted as in the in-phase mode. Its counterpart, the asymmetrical or anti-phase mode, is performed with lower degrees of accuracy and stability. This tendency to activate the homologous muscle groups is referred to as the muscle grouping constraint (egocentric constraint).”