Isokinetic strength aspects of human joints and muscles.

@article{Cabri1991IsokineticSA,
  title={Isokinetic strength aspects of human joints and muscles.},
  author={Jan Cabri},
  journal={Critical reviews in biomedical engineering},
  year={1991},
  volume={19 2-3},
  pages={
          231-59
        }
}
  • Jan Cabri
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    1991
The need to develop objective methods for determining muscle strength has been a major concern in rehabilitation, biomechanics, work physiology, and other related research areas for several decades. Because of the growing need for better standardization and control of resistive exercises in dynamic conditions, not only in clinical but in research settings also (as training/testing devices, and as a method for scientific evaluation of the force-velocity relationship), development of special… CONTINUE READING

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