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SEMMLER, J.G. Motor unit synchronization and neuromuscular performance. Exerc. Sport Sci. Rev., Vol. 30, No. 1, pp 8–14, 2002. The acute and chronic plasticity of motor unit synchronization suggests that it must represent a deliberate strategy for neuromuscular activation. The most likely functional role of motor unit synchronization is to increase the rate of force development during rapid contractions or as a mechanism to coordinate the activity of multiple muscles in synergy.