Previous studies have defined passive exercise
as below 20% MVC (Ellsworth, Mullaney, Nicholas, McHugh, & Tyler, 2004; Smith et al.
This was the case for sensory, passive exercise
, and wheelchair mobility.
In particular, current literature does not support passive exercise
methods or different sensory stimulation agents as viable treatments.
I certainly can't say this kind of passive exercise
would work for everyone, but it might be worth exploring the possibility with your doctor.
Its uses range from motor-assisted passive exercise
through active non-assisted exercise, enabling the therapy to be adapted to the child's ability.
Although I tend to read business-related material, it's primarily a passive exercise
, taking in information and thinking about it, rather than taking action or making decisions.
OPED's CAMOped active knee mobilizer enhances postoperative exercise therapy by allowing for the passive exercise
of the injured leg by the healthy, contralateral leg.
Instead, I do a lot of passive exercise
, pulling in my tummy and clenching my bum while I'm waiting at the bus stop.
Well, I thought, Madonna swears by it, but I found myself swearing at her after the first session - it is surprisingly tiring for such passive exercise
Throughout the text, the contributing writers emphasize that listening is not a passive exercise
but, rather, a highly active and demanding skill.
The 1994 Slim Chance Awards went to three of our favorites: passive exercise
systems, anti-cellulite body cremes and herbal products claiming to cause rapid weight loss with no change in diet or exercise by "blocking sugar absorption, neutralizing calories and shrinking fat cells.