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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Accommodating resistance approaches (also referred to as semi-isokinetic resistance) aim to control the speed of movement through the full range of motion (Haff and Triplett, 2016).
Accommodating resistance in the Senate, however, risks alienating supporters in the House.
Safe, accommodating resistance keeps you moving smoothly and safely around the circuit.