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Quantitative Assessment and Training of Isometric Cervical Extension Strength

    The goal of this research study is to determine how repeated exercises could affect the strength of the cervical region of the spine. Through this study, researchers were able to track how the type and frequency of resistance training can aid in the progress of rehabilitation. The data was recorded and proposed in this study.

    Muscle Physiology & Resistance Training

      This chapter provides an overview of the physiological principles related to assessing muscular strength and the methods for developing and
      sustaining muscular strength through exercise. It specifically focuses on the evaluation and training of the isolated lumbar extensor muscles,
      synthesizing research findings. Normative data for both genders and the interpretation of strength curves are included. Important considerations for evaluating and conditioning the lumbar extensor muscles, such as static and dynamic testing techniques, muscle fatigue characteristics, counterweighting effects, total torque, net muscular torque, strength curves, and the trainability of these muscles, are discussed.