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Synonyms for forearm

to prepare (oneself) for action

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The recruitment of forearm muscles during steering a bicycle can be explained by the functions of these muscle groups.
Prediction of handgrip forces using surface EMG of forearm muscles.
Additionally, there is no description of how interosseous ligament rupture affects the function of the deep forearm muscles.
Such reconstructions usually are done using forearm muscles.
People with a spinal cord injury at the "C5/C6" level can't use their hand and forearm muscles, explains Tony Ignagni, a biomedical engineer at NeuroControl Corp.
Lateral Epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow.
Golfer's elbow is an inflammation of the tendons that attach your forearm muscles to the inside of the bone at your elbow.
Persistent, problematic tennis elbow is often helped with physiotherapy by strengthening the forearm muscles to help support the inflamed elbow.
In this study, we used a system equipped with an A-mode ultrasound transducer (one-dimensional SMG [1-D SMG]) to detect thickness changes in forearm muscles.
In summary, no gender difference was found in the fatigability of the forearm muscles during intermittent submaximal handgrip contractions, independent of muscle strength.
The towel is more difficult to grip, thus working the forearm muscles to a greater extent, while still targeting the upper back musculature with the pulling movement.
Press your palms away from your body, gently stretching the forearm muscles, fingers and the muscles between your shoulder blades.
Electrodes are used to record muscle activity and fatigue of the forearm muscles that control hand movements.
The wrist curl is a recommended exercise for the development of the forearm muscles.