The posts dedicated to the prescription of physical exercise for hypertensive was the “Isometric Contraction” issue as one of the potentially dangerous for those who suffer from this disease. Explaining this work quickly (since it was not the topic of the post), we believe you add one today in reference to the most important types of contraction.
< li > < strong > </strong > isometric: there is no shortening or lengthening muscle. Usually happens when the resistance is greater than the applied force, so we always use the example of pushing a wall < /li > < li > < strong > concentric or myometric </strong >: there is a muscle shortening, approaching the two ends of the muscle. Happens when the applied force is greater resistance, for example, when you raise the bar in the press of banking < /li > < li > < strong > eccentric < the DateTime = “2007-12-01T21: 28:32 + 00: 00” > or pliometrica/< del > </strong >: obviously, a muscle lengthening, with the distance from the origin and insertion of the muscle. In this case the resistance would overcome the applied force. They are typical cases of “negative repetitions” and several applications of physiotherapy aimed at recovering flexibility and muscle mobility < /li > < li > < strong > training plyometric </strong >: there is some confusion in this regard and some authors together plyometrics and concentric work. In fact, the plyometric training is a method of explosive work which consists of a muscular prestretch followed by a concentric contraction (for example: falling from height and jump to reach the ground). < / li & gt;
We could speak for the different classifications of more types of contractions (isokinetic, isotonic…) Although these boat are the most interesting.
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