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For example, they point out, simple rules about training load are doomed to failure because increasing the stress on a tissue like a tendon by just ten percent will cause it to fail 50 percent earlier.
Give your mind, bones, tendons, and ligaments the time they need to get ready to go longer distances—and choose goals that are motivating to you but work on building distance incrementally.
Your top speed can win or lose races, and can also serve as an indirect marker of muscle and tendon properties that affect how efficiently you run even at lower speeds.
The MRI scan many people receive at the hospital is usually an anatomical MRI scan, providing high-resolution 3-D images of muscle, tendon, and bone tissue, able to highlight potential injuries like tendon tears or diseases like cancer.
Righty Stephen Strasburg is now smoothing out his mechanics after rupturing the plantaris tendon in his left leg.Juan Soto leaves Nationals’ exhibition early with right calf cramp|Jesse Dougherty|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
A second doctor suggested it might be possible to extend his Achilles tendon.
Adult actresses are prone to internal tears the way an athlete might be at risk for injuring a tendon.
A routine ankle surgery on a painful tendon led to complications including a build-up of fluid in her left leg.Is It Possible to Become Un-Paralyzed? Monique van der Vorst Says It Happened to Her|Sarah J. Robbins|December 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
One particularly disastrous game sent Gore from the gym to the hospital with a torn Achilles tendon.
Men who habitually exercise every muscle and tendon acquire that graceful carriage which belongs to the military gymnast.The Chequers|James Runciman
The tendon is attached almost vertically on the temporal process.
The lateral tendon of M. pseudotemporalis superficialis converges with the aponeurosis.
The tendon of origin is actually one with the ventral aponeurosis of pars profundus, which is situated in a horizontal plane.
She planted her foot on the swell of the neck tendon, and in seven leaps she made it to the lobe of the ear.The Jewels of Aptor|Samuel R. Delany
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A tough band of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscles to bones.