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Undoubtedly, it did influence the creators of the Shake Weight some what. Maybe I should cut it some slack? Even I could see the logic behind wanting to test one out for rehabilitation purposes. And by little children, I mean me. With its patented design, it was created to address the deep dynamic stabilizers of the spine and to provide a stable platform for all other rehabilitation, sport performance training, fitness enhancement and personal training regimen, resulting in improved wellness, function and muscle definition. Holy testicle-tuesday!

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Escamilla, Ph. Study Design Controlled laboratory study using a repeated-measures, counterbalanced design. EMG data were collected from anterior and posterior deltoids, sternal pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, infraspinatus, upper and lower trapezius, and serratus anterior during 10 sec of continuous motion for each exercise, and then normalized using maximum voluntary isometric contractions MVIC.

Moreover, the resistance needed to control the blade may vary considerably depending on the size and oscillatory speed of the blade. It can be kept in a quasi-static position for a prolonged period of time as it oscillates, or it can be moved dynamically throughout varying shoulder and elbow ranges of motion as it oscillates.

Both shoulder prime movers eg, pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, and deltoids and stabilizers eg, infraspinatus, supraspinatus, subscapularis of the glenohumeral joint are important because the glenohumeral joint is an inherently unstable joint that depends heavily on dynamic stabilizers for stability. Scapular muscles such as the serratus anterior, upper trapezius, middle trapezius, and lower trapezius are also important for normal scapulohumeral rhythm. Decreased scapular upward rotation and posterior tilt during arm election have been shown to increase subacromial impingement risk.

These authors reported that the posture of the user, the position and orientation of the blade, and the amplitude of the oscillations determined which specific muscle s are used and how much they are activated.

They reported that activation of the internal and external obliques was significantly greater with large amplitude oscillations compared to small amplitude oscillations, with a two-hand position compared to a one-hand position, and with a vertical blade orientation compare to a horizontal blade orientation.

The hypotheses were: 1 Glenohumeral and scapular muscle activity will be greater in females compared to males; with the assumption that females will be working their muscles at a higher percent of their maximum effort. All subjects had to be able to perform all exercises pain-free with proper form and technique for the full duration of each exercise; otherwise they were excluded from the study.

Inclusion criteria involved all subjects being between years old. A younger population was chosen for this study and subjects were recruited by word of mouth and flyers throughout the Sacramento, CA region.

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Escamilla, Ph. Study Design Controlled laboratory study using a repeated-measures, counterbalanced design. EMG data were collected from anterior and posterior deltoids, sternal pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, infraspinatus, upper and lower trapezius, and serratus anterior during 10 sec of continuous motion for each exercise, and then normalized using maximum voluntary isometric contractions MVIC. Moreover, the resistance needed to control the blade may vary considerably depending on the size and oscillatory speed of the blade. It can be kept in a quasi-static position for a prolonged period of time as it oscillates, or it can be moved dynamically throughout varying shoulder and elbow ranges of motion as it oscillates. Both shoulder prime movers eg, pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, and deltoids and stabilizers eg, infraspinatus, supraspinatus, subscapularis of the glenohumeral joint are important because the glenohumeral joint is an inherently unstable joint that depends heavily on dynamic stabilizers for stability. Scapular muscles such as the serratus anterior, upper trapezius, middle trapezius, and lower trapezius are also important for normal scapulohumeral rhythm.

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Contact Exercises and Routines Exercise should have a purpose. For our ancestors, exercise meant being able to hunt, gather, farm and run from predators! Physical fitness or the lack of it back then carried a very different meaning. Today, how we live our life, pursue our passions, spend our leisure time and work depends on our wellness. Exercise for us should focus on preparation for the things we want to do. Never play golf, or tennis to get in shape but rather get in shape to play your sport or favorite activity like keeping up with your kids!

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