en la mesa de pruebas del dinamómetro isocinético, con correas de trica fija, incluyendo ejercicios de estiramiento de los músculos. RESUMEN. El ejercicio isocinetico se reserva para la contraccion muscular que acompana a una velocidad constante de movimiento angular. Objetivo. Esto es, que cuando se realice ejercicio isocinético, se realizará con un ROM y una velocidad determinada y no todas al mismo tiempo. En la Tabla 4 se aprecia .
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