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His four inches of chest expansion had been a help before this, but never had he needed it so much.
Maintaining chest expansion will help prevent problems such as lung infection (pneumonia).
Breaking as many as three chains by chest expansion.
Sensors to measure chest expansion during inhalation provide direct information of sniff cycles.
Breaststroke is especially good for chest expansion.
Among the museum attractions of those years was a man named Wilson who had the incredible chest expansion of twenty-one inches.
Examination of the chest may be normal, but may show decreased chest expansion on the affected side.
Pulmonary hypertension is the most serious effect on the lungs, and there may also be restriction of chest expansion or impaired gas exchange.
The Battloid's arms were stressed to the limit, threatening to dislocate with each of the giant's chest expansions.
Maintaining proper posture and chest expansion.
EDF casts are either over or under the shoulder and have a large mushroom opening on the front to allow for proper chest expansion.
Swimming as part of your exercise program helps to maintain chest expansion and movement of the spine without jarring the spine.
The Man of Great Chest Expansion The largest part of this man's body is around the chest.
In this design, a decrease in signal reflects inhalation (chest expansion) as the chest would interrupt the light passage to the photo transducer.
LOUIS L'AMOUR chest expansion had given him a little slack with which to work, and he could turn his body on the dead tree.
Lung damage from smoking, combined with decreased chest expansion and the lung infections that sometimes go with ankylosing spondylitis, can seriously limit your ability to breathe freely.
Mr. Glenn and another crewmate, Dr. Chiaki Mukai, 46, were also doing sleep studies, wearing specially instrumented suits and caps to measure breathing, chest expansion, eye movement and brain waves.
In addition to a strong skeletal frame and a marked development of musculature it had given them a chest expansion that lent them an unwieldy or almost deformed aspect in spite of their height.
Mr. Del Saz was the "Artisan" of the section preceding "Boulevard"; Mr. Louis's personal style in that solo, full of flickering nuances and chest expansions, is not easily transferrable to another dancer.
Our friend the local man says some do it to show off the costly elegance of their suspenders, some to keep their lapels free of beer stains and some to allow the fuller chest expansion needed to fill entire restaurants with uproar.
The latest developments in weighted vest products offer comfortable weight vests with cool wicking fabric that allow full range and direction of movement, chest expansion for breathing, open sides connected with lacing, and low profile design allowing a vest to be worn under clothing or football pads, unlike traditional vests made of nylon or neoprene.