H. Schnauber

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4 female and 6 male test subjects performed continuous work by their hand muscles while their hands were elevated in different positions above heart level. The output of the ergometer especially built for this purpose was changed between 0.1 and 1.2 mkp/sec. Metabolic rate, heart rate, and maximum working time were measured. At constant ergometer output(More)
The maintenance of a linear movement or a rotation of a braked mass with repeated muscular contractions requires repeated acceleration of the mass in which movements of a limb have to follow the mass, have to catch up with it and have to exert force against it in the direction of its movement. The maximal work and work/min possible in that way depend on the(More)
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