accommodating resistance

accommodating resistance

The increasing of resistance while lifting weights through a range of motion.

ac·com·mo·dat·ing re·sis·tance

(ă-kom'ŏ-dāt-ing rĕ-zis'tăns)
In isokinetic testing or training, application of a counterforce to muscle action to regulate the speed of contraction so that machine resistance matches muscle force.
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