The efficacy of using toning tables for improving physical fitness

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  • Christian M
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It has recently been suggested that continuous passive motion (CPM) may be an effective alternative training method for increasing muscle strength and may promote weight loss in healthy participants. However, the evidence provided in the few research studies conducted in this area indicate that CPM programs are generally not able to provide enough of an exercise stimulus to significantly influence body composition or strength. ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR

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  • Alternative training
  • Passive exercise
  • Robotics
  • Toning tables

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  • Susan White

  • Michal Christian

  • Michael Bemben

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