rate of force development

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A measure of the rate at which a force is developed. Rate of force development (RED) is measured in newtons per second or newton-metres per second. The average RFD is sometimes calculated as the peak force divided by the time taken to reach peak force.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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