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  1. ... other, more familiar kind of ex- ercise, called isotonic, involves active limb and body movement. An infant can therefore achieve max- imum effect in training muscles from a daily contraction lasting only one or ...
  2. ... ordered separately Woldag H; Renner C; Hummelsheim H; Isotonic and ... help improve muscle function and other outcomes without reinforcing abnormal movement ...
  3. ... Conditioning, Animal Physical Conditioning, Human Plyometric Exercise Resistance ... Muscle Relaxation Diastole Myocardial Contraction Diastole Systole ...
  4. ... if they have not had the preliminary physical education to enjoy exercises of ... or isotonic contractions are where the muscle actually shortens during ...
  5. ... while building strength and endurance. 13.1. Strength training Decreased muscle power is common after stroke; this may be ... amount of resources used. Table 89 Intervention costs – muscle power training. These estimates represent the cost of muscle power ...
  6. ... Stuttg., 1921, xli, 351- 356.—Miller (O. R.). Muscle training. West. M Times Denver, 1923-24, xliii, 172- ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - A text-book of operative dentistry 
    Publication: Philadelphia : P. Blakiston's Son & Co., [1923]
    ... such as are described in the chapter on muscle training. Some cases of distoclusion have been treated successfully ... in treatment and retention. The value of continued muscle training during retention added by exercises for perfecting normal ...
  8. ... K, Cook CR. Effect of high-speed power training on muscle performance, function, and pain in older adults with ... H, et al. Effect of whole body vibration training on quadriceps muscle strength in individuals with knee osteoarthritis: a systematic ...
  9. ... xi, 835-840.—Frlel (E. S.). Muscle testing and muscle training. Ibid., 337-361.—Jordon (M. Evangeline). Pre- vention ... Ibid., 1919, v, 166-174—Qulntero (J. T.). Muscle training in facial orthopedics. Ibid., 1925. xi, 1081-1094— ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - Abstracts of orthopaedic surgery for 1948 (1948) 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. : Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army, 1951-1957
    ... the restoration of exact control of individual muscles. Muscle training is repeated several times a day. A daily ... joint is reached. This is followed by active muscle training and coordination. Loss of the pro- prioceptive reflexes ...
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