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Time and Motion Studies
Range of Motion, Articular
Effect of continuous passive motion (machine-assisted) exercise as an alternative form of training on physiological profiles of women aged 40-65 years.
Long-term effects of exercise on the range of motion of aging women.
Muscle damage after low-intensity eccentric contractions with blood flow restriction.
Predictors of balance in young, middle-aged, and late middle-aged women.
Effects of 4 weeks of traditional resistance training vs. superslow strength training on early phase adaptations in strength, flexibility, and aerobic capacity in college-aged women.
Influence of relative blood flow restriction pressure on muscle activation and muscle adaptation.
Age-related physiological alterations to muscles and joints and potential exercise interventions for their improvement.
Acute effects of passive stretching vs vibration on the neuromuscular function of the plantar flexors.
Comparing the effects of 3 weeks of upper-body vibration training, vibration and stretching, and stretching alone on shoulder flexibility in college-aged men.
The High Precision of Functional and Neuromuscular Measures to Classify Sarcopenia in Older Women.