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Synonyms for exercise

Synonyms for exercise

energetic physical action

repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

to bring to bear steadily or forcefully

to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

Synonyms for exercise

a task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding


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put to use

carry out or practice

give a workout to

learn by repetition

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2] ratio can be useful for designing animal research protocols aiming at comparing the physiological effects of eccentric and concentric exercise at the same metabolic power (defined as the metabolic cost) or at the same mechanical power (defined as the mechanical work or the mechanical force applied on the muscle, thus directly depending on both slope angle and speed, in the case of a treadmill run).
Plyometric exercise has been shown to elicit higher DOMS than concentric exercise but less than eccentric exercise (Brockett et al.
Muscle biopsies have revealed that eccentric exercise causes more damage to the Z-bands in sarcomeres and myofibrils, followed by a major inflammatory reaction, loss of muscle functionality and delayed pain as compared to concentric exercise (Gibala et al.
Furthermore, there is a short period of eccentric contraction in the initial phase of concentric exercise (Jonsson and Alfredson, 2005).
Lumbar stabilization exercises, (a) abdominal and lumbar concentric exercises, and (b) isotonic neck, shoulder, and back exercises.
CONCENTRIC TRAINING REGIMEN: The patients were instructed to carry out their concentric exercises 7 days/week, for 12 weeks.
Yet, when eccentric exercises are compared with concentric exercises, the clinical improvements in symptoms and levels of function are clinically more evident than group differences in muscle performance.