grip dynamometer

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grip dynamometer

instrument for measuring the maximum isometric force with which an individual can squeeze two handles together between palm and fingers. Also known as handgrip dynamometer.
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It was a long-handled tomahawk, the head of it an ordinary shingler's hatchet, the haft of it, native-made, a black and polished piece of hard wood, inlaid in rude designs with mother-of-pearl and wrapped with coconut sennit to make a hand grip.
The next instant the stranger felt the miner's hand grip his wrist.
With colleagues at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Laxenburg, Austria, he recently published a study showing that the strength of an adult's hand grip can distinguish different rates of aging in people with varying levels of education.
Other ergonomic features include an adjustable shoulder stock and hand grip.
In a new study published today in the journal PLOS ONE, IIASA researchers Warren Sanderson, Professor of Economics with joint appointment in History at Stony Brook and Serguei Scherbov show that hand grip corresponds to other markers of aging such as people's future mortality, disability, cognitive decline and ability to recover from hospital stays.
When their children were four years old, hand grip strength, lean mass, percent lean mass, and physical activity were assessed.
7-inch full HD Super Amoled flexible display, offers a comfortable hand grip and exclusive experiences of curved display.
Washington, April 23 ( ANI ): Alternative therapies such as aerobic exercise, resistance or strength training, and isometric hand grip exercises reduce blood pressure and can be considered an adjunctive treatment for those who can't tolerate or don't respond well to standard medications, according to the American Heart Association.
Paratroopers jumping hand in hand grip on the floor
The LE6920MP features a MOE Vertical Grip, MOE Hand Guard, Generation 2 Rear BackUp Sight, MOE Carbine Stock, MOE-K Hand Grip, MOE Trigger Guard and two 30-round Magpul Polymer Magazines.
The purpose of this study was to de-termine the reliability and the minimal detectable change (MDC) of gait speed, five times sit to stand (5 STS) and hand grip strength in individuals enrolled in CR.
Hand grip strength of the patient and the control groups was measured using a Jamar hand dynamometer (Jackson, MI 49203 USA) in a sitting position with the shoulder adducted and neutrally rotated, elbow flexed at 90[degrees], and the forearm and wrist neutrally positioned.