Moreover, it was observed in the current study that HR and [??]E were significantly greater in cycling than in arm cranking
. These findings agree with previous studies (Muraki et al., 2004; Orr et al., 2013) and also with Schrieks et al.
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Participants performed this test so we could record peak heart rate values during arm cranking
. Power output, 15 W at the onset of the test, was increased 15 W every 3 minutes.
wings up or down, we make sure our goggles are down over our eyes.
The kinetic energy of the cranking
motion is converted into electricity.
the handwheel during TRAKing runs the X, Y, and Z axes as programmed.
Thirty seconds of cranking
powers the radio for half an hour.
Another addition is a tensioning damper that must work whether the unit is cranking
the engine or generating power.
36: "A national business publication noted ...that 'Consumers who are cranking
up their air conditioning may think electric companies are in store for a bonanza.'"
The major and minor axis angles (the smallest angle between the arm cranking
and the major or minor axis, respectively) were 96.5[degrees] and -3.5[degrees], and the angle between the major and minor axes was fixed at 80[degrees] (for technical information, see Horvais et al., 2007 or Ratel et al., 2004).
"We start cranking
deep once smallies move into the open areas," Balog adds.
When you're cranking
the cab up or down, stay as low and as far under the vehicle as possible.