Definition of ergograph in English:

ergograph

Syllabification: er·go·graph
Pronunciation: /ˈərɡəˌɡraf
 
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noun

An instrument for measuring and recording the work done by a particular muscle group.
More example sentences
  • Experimenters used the Ergograph for a range of investigations.
  • They were evaluated on dynamometers and ergograph in the fourth, sixth & eighth postoperative weeks and were treated with regular goal directed activity.

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