Proprioception comprises sensory receptors in the joints, muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that tell you where your body parts are without you having to look at them. The receptors sense when muscles and other connective tissues are stretched or at rest (Biel and Peske 2009). Our brain analyzes the information from the receptors and gives us a sense of body position and motion.
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