Isokinetic training is a mixture of both isometric and isotonic muscle contractions. Like isotonic training, there is a constant weight exercised through the entire range of motion of the muscle, however the speed is constant with maximum muscle overload. Isokinetic training permits maximal strength improvement along the muscles full range of movement. It is performed using a specialised weight machine.

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