Lecture � nov 25

Lecture � nov 25 - LectureWednesday,November25,2009.

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Lecture – Wednesday, November 25, 2009. -article on “advantaged disabled” how man without calves in a race is to an  advantage since his calve muscles don’t get tired or add more weight  Muscle strength definition. The capacity of a muscle or groups of muscles to  exert a force (generate a force) against a resistance  Study, of muscles measured over 25 years. . people divided into those who were  weakest, intermediate and strongest strength… had hand grip strength testing…  graph shows that people who were the weakest , 25 years later had the most  problems with carrying out daily activities, and those who were stronger 25 years  later didn’t have such a hard time -other line graph shows that people even when your 80 years old it is possible to  be stronger to be someone who is 20 years old  -muscle hypertrophy is not necessarily an outcome of strength training  power: the  rate  of force development by a muscle or group of muscles against a  resistance. (involves speed) muscular endurance – the ability or a muscle to exert high l levels of force repeatedly or continuously over time or to sustain force  (delay of muscle fatigue -ability to sustain force for a longer time) -graph from a world study , muscle fatigue curve, bicycle looks at force on pedals  for the revolutions, the subjects were told to pedal as hard and fast as they could, 
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2009 for the course KINE HH/KINE 10 taught by Professor Kuk during the Fall '09 term at York University.

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Lecture � nov 25 - LectureWednesday,November25,2009.

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