arm exercise


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Noun1.arm exercise - exercise designed to strengthen the arm musclesarm exercise - exercise designed to strengthen the arm muscles
exercise, exercising, physical exercise, physical exertion, workout - the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
press-up, pushup - an arm exercise performed lying face to the floor and pushing the body up and down with the arms
chin-up, pull-up - an arm exercise performed by pulling yourself up on a horizontal bar until your chin is level with the bar
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Moreover, arm exercise has been demonstrated to predict clinical outcomes (Chan et al.
All modes of arm exercise have been shown to increase arm endurance capacity by a clinically significant level compared with no arm training.
Arm exercise with a hand crank, chair exercises, water walking/aerobics or equipment such as a recumbent bicycle or NuStep device can be substituted for walking.
Nordic walking brings added support through the special walking poles providing people with additional arm exercise and creating a wider base of support for enhanced stability while walking.
Alternate body parts--for example, follow a leg exercise with an arm exercise.
The addition of FES-evoked cycling to concurrent upper-limb exercise, termed hybrid exercise (HYB), has been shown to elicit greater cardiorespiratory stress than arm exercise alone [17].
Then participants performed a type of repeated arm exercise (elbow flexion eccentric exercise) that typically induces muscle damage.
Conversely, during arm exercise, there would be less vasodilation, greater TPR, smaller venous return, and smaller SV response.
used a similar exercise protocol as the Hensen study except legs were done after arm exercise instead of before.
Blood flow changes below and above the spinal cord lesion during arm exercise in individuals with paraplegia.
The results validate a long-standing practice at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, where supplemental arm exercise with light weights--not arm exercise with squeeze balls and not a treadmill walk--has been used for a decade to prevent adenosine-related side effects during myocardial perfusion imaging.