variable resistance

variable resistance

Sports medicine A resistance that changes over the ROM when an isotomic contraction is used to move a load. See Range of motion. Cf Static resistance.
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Some practitioners use multiple parallel thin straws, beginning with three and gradually working toward one if variable resistance is needed to adapt to the "bottled-up" feeling.
Unlike other sealing methods, only TOSS uses Variable Resistance Controlled (VRC) technology to monitor and adjust temperature precisely over the full length and width of the heat sealing element, accurate, up to 500[degrees] C.
7,8 In many parts of the world, Enterobacteriaceae have variable resistance to FQs ranging from more than 50% in community-acquired uncomplicated UTI to up to 98% for strains causing community-acquired complicated UTI.
The opening of anode chamber was closed and the MFC setup was connected with a variable resistance in parallel with the multimeter (UNI-T UC- 60A) with personal computer (PC) interface.
A couple of trampoline parks in Dubai have started the trend by offering reboot fitness programmes that combine rebound training and variable resistance exercises on trampolines that are suitable for all ages.
Most of the earlier legacy systems (a tank sensor hooked up to an electrical gauge) used variable resistance to produce a value of measurement, with components scattered about the airframe.
Neuromuscular and hormonal responses to constant and variable resistance loadings.
9, the rotor speed caught the reference speed curve with great success in both constant and variable resistance operating conditions.
US-based medical device company Bioinfinity USA has launched the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer, an FDA-cleared biofeedback device that provides variable resistance training for a woman's pelvic floor muscles to improve pelvic health and quality of life, the company said on Monday.

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