controlled exercise

controlled exercise

An exercise characterized by the imposition of constraints on some or all of the participating units by planning authorities with the principal intention of provoking types of interaction. See also free play exercise.
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Vicor is completing software programming changes for the PD2i Analyzer[TM] to enable the capture and display of HRV data during paced respiration and controlled exercise.
Stimulation of more muscle groups means users can perform enough movement to carry out controlled exercise such as cycling or rowing," he said.
He added: "The horse will remain under controlled exercise and then be turned out in the spring.
Get Back Into It: employers should advise staff to take regular controlled exercise such as walking, swimming, yoga and other simple stretches.
A year's combined controlled exercise with cold water spa treatment followed, then the slow build-up to full fitness began, his leg wrapped daily with ice.
Entitled "New Technology Benefiting Early Mobility in Shoulder Management," the article by Jeff Larson, RPT, ATC, examines current clinical experience where the NASA-originated SportsRAC technology -- first used to train astronauts and fighter pilots in fine motor control -- has been adapted to enable patients to start controlled exercise of their shoulder joint as early as forty eight hours following surgery or injury.
Increasing the resistance or reps, reducing the speed (more controlled exercise gets better results) or using different equipment will get your plan back on track.
Because weight loss can be difficult to achieve and maintain in obese sedentary children, the purpose of this study was to determine whether a controlled exercise program, without any diet intervention and with no intention of weight loss, would improve fat distribution and sensitivity to insulin," said Dr.
The present clinical study used a balanced, placebo-controlled, cross-over design in which ten healthy active men took either placebo or L-CARNIPURE(R) L-Carnitine L-Tartrate (equivalent to 2 g L-Carnitine) for 3 weeks, prior to a controlled exercise session.
The way forward is controlled exercise and the leg will be scanned intermittently to gauge its progress.
There is good evidence that most tendons are best treated by controlled exercise.

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