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extensor

Anatomy any muscle that stretches or extends an arm, leg, or other bodily part
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A statistically significant increase was detected in the 60[degrees]/second and 180[degrees]/second angular velocity PT values in the flexor and extensor muscles around the knee at third month of treatment compared to baseline values (p<0.
Following two sub-maximal attempts, the isokinetic concentric muscle strengths of the flexor and extensor muscles were measured with three repetitions at 60[degrees]/s angular speed and 16 repetitions at 90[degrees]/s angular speed.
Effects of fatigue and sprint training on electromechanical delay of knee extensor muscles.
Lowe discussed and deals about The effects of gender, handle diameter (25-50 mm), and handle orientation (horizontal and vertical) on the perceived comfort, torque, total finger force, and efficiency of flexor and extensor muscle activity were examined in a maximum torque task.
Hip extensor muscle stretches were performed from the supine position with both legs extended.
Correct poor posture and strengthen your back by working the spinal extensor muscles, which are attached to the back of the spine and support movements like standing and lifting objects.
Botulinum A, which works by paralyzing the extensor muscles, thereby allowing them to heal, is comparable to steroids.
It is already known about the influence of posture of the head and cervical muscles over the extensor muscles of the knee.
Anatomical variations of the extensor muscles of the hand, including the extensor indicis (El), are common, and no standard pattern has been described.
2] relative to the recruited muscle mass during dynamic leg extension after using surface electrical stimualtion (450 [micro]s and 30 Hz) of the knee extensor muscles [33].
The discomfort is most frequently due to inflammation of the tendons of the wrist extensor muscles that originate from the outside part of the elbow.

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