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Dumbbell

A portfolio consisting predominantly or exclusively of bonds with very short and very long maturities. The investment strategy behind a dumbbell portfolio is the invest in high-yield bonds with long maturities to maximize return while also maintaining investment-grade bonds with short maturities to minimize risk and maximize liquidity.
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Electromyographic (EMG) data for the pectoralis major, anterior deltoid, triceps brachii, and biceps brachii were collected during all exercises with the barbell and the Smith Machine.
The three snatch lifts performed under competitive conditions by national adolescent weightlifters who were preparing for European Junior Championship were analyzed to determine the linear kinematics of the barbell and the angular kinematics of the lower limb.
Coco thinks he doesn't fit the physical requirements of Captain Barbell role
We notice: movement duration divided into 5 phases of the movement, barbell trajectory (X, Y); velocity and force of barbell lifting (X, Y, R- their resultant).
The German fell gawkily as the barbell landed on top of him, and medical personnel rushed to his aid.
Execution Technique: This exercise is performed using a medium-sized barbell that has been loaded with weights.
To construct a barbell portfolio, first build your bar.
IN A major development, shortage of barbell sets forced the Indian Weightlifting Federation ( IWF) to send home four of the Commonwealth Games ( CWG) core group senior lifters from its ongoing camp in Bangalore on Friday.
In weightlifting, what name is given to raising the barbell to shoulder level and then above the head?
A TEENAGER accused of murdering a hairdresser with a heavy-duty barbell yesterday admitted hiding vital evidence linking him to the killing.
My chest gave out halfway up, and the barbell slammed onto my chest.
This barbell seemed to be the main causative agent of the dental injuries.