The researchers randomized 141 survivors with stable lymphedema of the arm into a group that participated in twice-weekly progressive weight lifting or a no-intervention control group.
What does WL stand for?
WL stands for Weight Lifting
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We have 57 other meanings of WL in our Acronym Attic
- Waste Land
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- Weak Link (physics)
- Weak Localization
- Weakest Link (TV game show)
- Weapons Laboratory
- Weight for Length
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A study of 62 healthy adults--men and women--in Florida aged 60 to 83 were put into three groups: one performed light weight lifting, another high-intensity weight lifting and a control group that did no weight lifting at all.
The weight-lifting equipment allows for the exercise of most major muscle groups and comes with several unique features, including weight lifting "cuffs" for residents lacking the fine motor skills to grasp a pulley handle.
As a sport, weight lifting is not difficult at all, and even though it is physically demanding, you can always set your own pace.
Part III describes weight lifting as a rehabilitative therapy and a valuable enhancement to any dance program.
On your data table you'll want to include all the variables in your experiment - your independent variable (type of activity); all the levels, or variations, of your independent variable (resting, Rollerblading, weight lifting, an watching the World Series); and your dependent variable (heart rate).
He ranks fifth on the United States Weight Lifting Junior Squad and has won silver and bronze medals in national and international tournaments.