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Isokinetic Reports

Isokinetic Reports

These videos describe the Reports available in Isokinetic tests/exercises

Short Report Torque Vs Position        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report   Endurance Report (15 or more reps)    
reportpositionconconicon   reportpositionconeccicon   reportrepeatability    

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Short Report Torque Vs Time        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report   Endurance Report (15 or more reps)    
reporttimeicon   reporttimeicon2   reporttimeicon3    

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Long Report Torque Vs Position        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report   Endurance Report (15 or more reps)    
reportpositionconconicon   reportpositionconeccicon   reportrepeatability    

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Long Report Torque Vs Time        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report   Endurance Report (15 or more reps)    
reporttimeicon   reporttimeicon2   reporttimeicon3    

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Graphic Summary        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report   Endurance Report (15 or more reps)    
reportbaricon   reportbaricon2   reportzoombarsicon    

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Curve Overlay        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report        
reportcurveoverlayicon   reportcurveoverlayicon3        

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Repeatability        
reportrepeatability            

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Narrative Report        
reportnarrativeicon            

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Multi-Session Report        
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Exercise Report        
reportnumbersicon            

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Per Rep Torque Vs Position        
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report        
reportpositionconconicon   reportpositionconeccicon        

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Per Rep Torque Vs Time

       
Con/Con Report   Con/Ecc Report        
reporttimeicon   reporttimeicon2        

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Per Set Single Parameter        
Peak Torque   Average Torque   Work   Average Power
peaktorqueicon   averagetorqueicon   workicon   averagepowericon

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Peak Power   Peak Velocity   Range of Motion   Total Motion Time
peakpowericon   peakvelocityicon   rangeofmotionicon   totalmotiontimeicon

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Per Rep Single Parameter        
Peak Torque   Average Torque   Work   Average Power
peaktorqueicon   averagetorqueicon   workicon   averagepowericon

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Peak Power   Peak Velocity   Range of Motion   Total Motion Time
peakpowericon   peakvelocityicon   rangeofmotionicon   totalmotiontimeicon

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  How to use an INVOLVED RE-TEST report   How to ACCESS a PROGRESS report  
  reportpositionconconicon   reportrepeatability  
 

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Progress Reports    
Short Torque Vs Position Progress   Long Torque Vs Position Progress    
reportpositionconconicon   reportpositionconeccicon    

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Top Tip:

When setting range of motion:

For a test to be valid in isokinetic or isotonic mode, the range of motion needs to be within 10% of the TOTAL of the other side. Or in other words within 5% at each end of the range of motion.

  
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