(redirected from handgrip)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
KEY WORDS: Yoga; Computer Users; Occupational Diseases; Handgrip Strength; Nerve Conduction Velocity; Bimanual Coordination
Handgrip strength appeared to be only a weak predictor of heart-related deaths in men and could not be generalised across the population as a whole.
gov/pmc/articles/PMC3708258/) isometric handgrip test , a physiological test done to increase arterial pressure.
Table 4 shows the blood pressure response to sustained handgrip before and after yoga training.
Effect of six weeks yoga training on weight loss following step test, respiratory pressures, handgrip strength and handgrip endurance in young healthy subjects.
The handgrip test was carried out using a calibrated Jamar dynamometer (Smith and Nephew, Irvington, NY 10533, USA) on both the dominant and non-dominant hands.
The handgrip strength of the right and left hands was determined with a manual mechanical dynamometer (TKK Grip Strength Dynamometer 0-100 kg, Takei, Japan), according to Hanten et al.
Accordingly, in this study, we aimed to compare the handgrip strength values of FM patients and healthy individuals and to demonstrate the relationship between clinical factors and FM disease severity.
Total-body dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scanning assessed muscle mass and handgrip strength and a chair-rising test evaluated strength at the beginning and end of the study.
Two groups (experimental and control) performed a pre and post--training designed intervention in which Standing Long Jump Test, Sit and Reach Test, Softball throw test Handgrip Strength (lift), Handgrip Strength (right), Static strength test (LS), Flying Start 30m Sprint, Static strength test (BS), Modified Bass Test and Performance level of javelin throw.
Both central (Rate of perceived exertion) and peripheral (Blood lactate and heart rate) fatigue indicator have been analyzed, as well as their consequences in performance (meters climbed and handgrip force).