muscular endurance


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mus·cu·lar en·du·rance

(mŭs'kyū-lăr en-dūr'ăns)
Ability of muscles to exert tension over an extended period.
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Table 3 depicts pre- and post-training data for muscular strength, muscular endurance, and hormonal response related to muscular function in both training groups.
Our findings are in accordance with Mayhew (10) which investigated the effect of resistance training in TW, and muscular endurance of upper limb in women, and men.
Physical fitness was assessed using self-reported performance on the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT), with the APFT push-up event and sit-up event reflecting muscular endurance and the 2 mile run reflecting cardiovascular fitness.
F1 drivers need a high muscular endurance and core strength to drive at up to 233mph.
As the week drew to a close, I could feel my muscular endurance enhancing and being able to go that bit longer.
Interventions designed to develop muscular endurance and coordination have been shown to be useful in managing the tremendous cumulative load faced by aviators and preventing further injury.
The students, who study qualifications on preventing injuries in sport, were given responsibility for testing the players' aerobic fitness, agility, flexibility and muscular endurance.
To establish this information, HRF will be determined by results obtained from validated exercise tests involving four major fitness components including: body composition, flexibility, muscular endurance, and cardiorespiratory endurance.
We also completed leg exercises to increase our muscular endurance and strength.

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