Murray, who had been sidelined from October to February due to septic tonsillitis and achilles and soleus problems, showed he is gradually returning to the form which earned him Olympic selection.
What does SOL stand for?
SOL stands for Soleus (muscle)
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- Sistema de Operaciones en Linea (Peru)
- Skilled Occupation List (Australia)
- Small Out-Line Integrated Circuit
- Smile Out Loud
- Sobbing Out Loud
- Society for Organizational Learning
- Sockolet (pipe fitting)
- Software Object Library
- Solana Beach (Amtrak station code; Solana Beach, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Moderate physical exercise was also effective in (a) limiting fat mass gain and (b) inducing an increase in the capacities of the soleus to oxidize fatty acids.
The tibial nerve innervates the soleus and gastrocnemius muscles, which plantar flex the foot, generate propulsive power for walking, provide a mechanism for the rocker actions of the foot and ankle, and retard uncontrolled tibial advancement.
The control group showed a decrease in soleus muscle mass and strength, the development of insulin resistance, and a loss of bone mineral density and resistance to breakage.
Massage, a night splint to stretch the heel cords, or a neoprene sleeve for compression during the day can relieve calf pain, a common problem among runners of all ages that often stems from a strained gastrocnemius or soleus muscle (see below).
The soleus responds well to light weight, fewer sets and more repetitions, since it is made up mainly of slow-twitch muscle fibres.
Using an in vivo model of muscle regeneration, they also found that regeneration of glycerol-injured soleus muscles, myogenin expression, and Akt phosphorylation were suppressed in muscles isolated from [As.
Ultrasound demonstrated a left accessory soleus muscle (Fig.