dynamometer is widely used during the various phases of rehabilitation.
4) ([dagger]) Peak torque of isokinetic
dorsal flexion at 30 degree x [s.
torque, average power, and flexion/extension ratios in nondisabled adults and adults with mental retardation.
Comparison of isokinetic
peak force and power in adults with partial and total blindness.
Table 3 shows the balance and isokinetic
Joint position sense of knee was measured by a isokinetic
dynamometer (Cybex Humac Norm Testing & Rehabilitation System, CSMI Medical Solutions, Massachusetts, USA).
measurements), and further research is needed to determine the relative contribution of core-stabilization training in tennis performance.
An important difference between the two investigations, however, was that in our previous study, the subjects performed maximal concentric and eccentric isokinetic
dynamometer moved the trunk of the participants through flexion with an angular velocity of 1[degrees] / second holding a switch in their right hand, it was stopped at 60[degrees] degree and they were told to keep this position in their mind.
sampling nozzles were used in this study.
He and his associates used an isokinetic
dynamometer to test knee extensor strength (muscle strength per unit of regional muscle mass) and used dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry to measure muscle mass in 1,863 men and women with a mean age of 74 enrolled in the Health, Aging, and Body Composition Study sponsored by the National Institute on Aging.
The previous edition's chapter on isokinetic
testing has been replaced with detailed assessment of strength of various muscle groups of the upper quadrant, using a hand-held muscle dynamometer.