endurance time

endurance time

The total time for which any specified endurance speed of a ship can be maintained. If this value is dependent on factors other than fuel, it shall be so indicated.
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In one of the studies conducted on Indian female athletes shows that endurance time and recovery was better in NV than V.
8] who had reported that yoga exercise produces a significant increase in muscle endurance time and he also noted delay in the onset of fatigue.
Endurance time before supplementations was comparable between CAJ and PLA groups.
They also cover endurance, fatigue, and the stability of EMG muscles and MUAPs, with discussion of the role of EMG in assessing joint stability, endurance time prediction using EMG, voluntary bending and using safety shoes in the workplace, and tongue movement estimation based on surface EMG signals from suprahyoid muscles, and methods and EMG systems and how they can be used in applications like myocontrolled neuroprosthesis, hand gesture recognition, and anthropometric variables and human-computer interfaces.
Prema Joshi et al, found that Endurance time was significantly higher in females as compared to males.
14) The results demonstrated improvements in muscle strength, anaerobic power, endurance time, and feeling of well-being with supplementation.
Endurance Time is of the essence but the bitterly cold early morning start hasn't put him off.
The co-primary endpoints of these studies were three hour post-dose exercise endurance time and trough FEV1.
However, because the endurance time of intermittent isometric contractions is length dependent, it is not known whether caffeine would have the same effect at different knee angles.
Paired-t test was used to compare the difference between means of endurance time in two trials.