leg extensor


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Noun1.leg extensor - an exercise designed to strengthen the extensor muscles of the legleg extensor - an exercise designed to strengthen the extensor muscles of the leg
leg exercise - exercise designed to strengthen the leg muscles
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Accordingly, the active static or dynamic stretching time for the leg extensor or flexor muscles was 240 seconds.
Leg extensor muscle power is an independent determinant of pain and quality of life in knee osteoarthritis, according to a cross-sectional analysis of data from a trial.
There was a significant change in leg extensor muscles strength following the training program on leg extension machine.
The change in leg extensor muscle involvement velocity at weightlifting from deep squat, at different weights and maximal velocity.
Mostly in practicing movements including agility, leg extensor muscle are stretched tight concentrically and following an acceleration phase it includes a fast deceleration phase in which leg extensor muscles are stretched eccentrically (simonsen et al.
b) test di massima potenza dell'arto inferiore (LP) con l'ausilio di Nottingham Leg Extensor Power Rig (Figura 1), eseguito sia per l'arto inferiore destro sia per quello sinistro (i valori sono stati espressi in Watt, W).
The robotic arm moved the leg at a speed of 60[degrees]/s to elicit leg extensor spasms in the current study, although other faster speeds could also be used.
Force production characteristics of leg extensor, trunk flexor and extensor muscles in male and female basketball players.
PLUS] force platform), leg power (using the Leg Extensor Power Rig) and the Timed Up and Go test (TUG).
These fibres are important in generating explosive leg extensor power [10, 11], which is essential for mobility [12].
To analyze the perceptual, affective, and activation responses between exercises during the same training session, a 3 x 5 ANOVA with repeated measures was used, training (DYN, CONC, and ECC) x order of exercises (bench press, leg extensor, flexor, pulled, and side lifting).