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muscle group

muscle group

muscle group

Session 1: Stressors and Stress Responses / Progressive Muscle Relaxation for 16 Muscle Groups

Session 2: Stress and Awareness / Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Eight Muscle Groups

Session 3: Linking Thoughts and Emotions / Breathing, Imagery, Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Four Muscle Groups

Session 2: Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Eight Muscle Groups / Stress and Awareness

Session 3: Breathing, Imagery, Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Four Muscle Groups / Linking Thoughts and Emotions

Introduction to the Program / Stress Awareness and Physical Responses / 8-Muscle-Group Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Stress Awareness and the Appraisal Process / Diaphragmatic Breathing and 4-Muscle-Group Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Cholesterol content and intramuscular collagen properties of pectoralis superficialis muscle of quail from different genetic groups

Reversal of profound rocuronium block monitored in three muscle groups with sugammadex in ponies

Session 1: Introduction to the Program / Stressors and Stress Responses / Progressive Muscle Relaxation for 16 Muscle Groups

Performance of the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People algorithm in screening older adults for muscle mass assessment

Group A Streptococcal Myonecrosis: Increased Vimentin Expression after Skeletal-Muscle Injury Mediates the Binding of Streptococcus pyogenes

Muscle Injury, Vimentin Expression, and Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs Predispose to Cryptic Group A Streptococcal Necrotizing Infection

Electrical stimulation over muscle tendons in humans. Evidence favouring presynaptic inhibition of Ia fibres due to the activation of group III tendon afferents.

Relationships Among Age-Associated Strength Changes and Physical Activity Level, Limb Dominance, and Muscle Group in Women

Differential Increases in Average Isokinetic Power by Specific Muscle Groups of Older Women Due to Variations in Training and Testing

 

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All the muscles that cause movement at a particular joint when the muscles shorten (i.e. contract concentrically). Thus, all elbow flexors cause the arm to bend. Some muscles which can cause different types of movements belong to more than one muscle group.

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