Definition of accommodating resistance
Mean values are also commonly used in biomechanics, such as when measuring joint moments (the mean joint moment during the concentric phase of an exercise) or electromyographic (EMG) activity (the average level of the EMG amplitude recorded during the concentric phase of an exercise).
Vector – a vector is a quantity that has a direction as well as a magnitude. For example, velocity is a vector because it refers to the rate of change of position in a given direction.
Peak – the peak value of any measurement is the point with the greatest magnitude in a data set.Resultant – the resultant vector is the vector calculated when summing together other vectors, often in the form of components but also in the form of two or more vectors acting in different directions on the same object.