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HERE ARE THE FOLLOWING FACTORS THAT DETERMINE THE EFFICIENCY, PRODUCTIVITY AND SAFETY OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE.

OPERATING LEVER

THE ANGLE OF A TARGET MUSCLE’S “OPERATING LEVER” (LIMB), RELATIVE TO A GIVEN DIRECTION OF RESISTANCE.

PARTIAL RANGE OF MOTION

WHETHER AN EXERCISE IS BEING PERFORMED WITH FULL RANGE OF MOTION, PARTIAL RANGE OF MOTION, OR NO RANGE OF MOTION.

DIRECTION OF RESISTANCE

WHETHER OR NOT THE DIRECTION OF RESISTANCE COMES FROM A POSITION THAT IS DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE ORIGIN OF A TARGET MUSCLE.

ALIGNMENT

WHETHER OR NOT AN EXERCISE HAS “ALIGNMENT”—I.E., IS ON THE SAME PLANE AS THE DIRECTION OF MOTION, AND THE DIRECTION OF RESISTANCE, AND THE ORIGIN / INSERTION OF THE TARGET MUSCLE.

CORRESPONDING LIMB

THE ANGLE AT WHICH A MUSCLE PULLS ON ITS CORRESPONDING LIMB, DEPENDING ON THE DEGREE OF BEND AT THE JOINT.

NON-TARGET MUSCLE

WHETHER OR NOT A WEAKER, NON-TARGET MUSCLE INTERFERES WITH (FATIGUES FIRST) THE ADEQUATE LOADING OF THE STRONGER TARGET MUSCLE.

POSITIONED LIMB

THE LENGTH OF AN “OPERATING LEVER” (LIMB OR COMBINED LIMBS).

TARGET MUSCLE’S ORIGIN

WHETHER OR NOT “RECIPROCAL INNERVATION” IS BEING AVOIDED.

BI-LATERAL DEFICIT

WHETHER OR NOT AN EXERCISE IS BEING PERFORMED IN A STABLE ENVIRONMENT.

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE INSUFFIENCY

WHETHER OR NOT “ACTIVE INSUFFIENCY” AND “PASSIVE INSUFFIENCY” ARE BEING AVOIDED.

RESISTANCE CURVE

THE “RESISTANCE CURVE”—THE SEQUENTIAL VARIATIONS OF RESISTANCE, AS A LIMB TRAVELS THROUGH AN ARC / RANGE OF MOTION.

UNNATURAL DIRECTION OR MANNER

WHETHER A JOINT IS BEING MOVED THE WAY IT IS DESIGNED TO MOVE, OR IT IS BEING MOVED IN AN UNNATURAL DIRECTION OR MANNER.

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