What is active insufficiency of muscles?

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When a muscle reaches a point where it cannot shorten any farther it is has reached active insufficiency. A muscle becomes actively insufficient at the end of the range of motion that it produces.

Active insufficiency can also occur at a muscles lengthened state.
Either a shortened or lengthened state of a muscle can result in active insufficiency and thus reduction in force capabilities.
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