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characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

Synonyms for muscular

having a robust muscular body-build characterized by predominance of structures (bone and muscle and connective tissue) developed from the embryonic mesodermal layer

having or suggesting great physical power or force

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(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight

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Muscular fatigue in individuals with MS is often described as being related to central and/or peripheral impairments.
A central nervous component in local muscular fatigue.
Specifically, the weight used in any given exercise must be challenging enough to reach or approach muscular fatigue within a designated range of reps (or window of time).
SUFFERERS may have a general lack of energy or muscular fatigue or loss of stamina which can make everyday tasks difficult or impossible.
The other issue that the patient had to contend with was the quick onset of muscular fatigue on the left side, likely due to the high-load effort put forth initially.
Muscular fatigue is common; occasional muscular discomfort (not pain) is OK.
It's a bit of muscular fatigue, I've never had it before.
In 1950, when he found out that the Navy was investigating the use of coca to prevent muscular fatigue, Harry Anslinger, director of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, wrote to the principal researcher.
A deterioration of postural control due to muscular fatigue was reported by Vuillerme et al.
Assessment of muscular fatigue using vibromyography.
In this study, rats were exposed to hypoxia-induced oxidative stress and supplementation with L-carnitine was found to reduce oxidative damage and thereby delay muscular fatigue.
In other words, once the lifter has reached the high end of the rep range, and assuming he has reached the point of momentary muscular fatigue (MMF), the spotter assists with the positive (raising) phase and the lifter lowers the load with control.
This may indicate that it is difficult for patients with MG to complete high repetition exercise especially when completing other repetitive exercise such as a daily walking programme, due to muscular fatigue and the pathophysiological process of the disease.
1985), concluded that Stabilium "helps the body to overcome disorders of the Asthenic-depressive type", symptoms of which would include loss of appetite, muscular fatigue, sleeping problems, mental fatigue, headache and sensory problems and somatic illness.