Danielle T Tetro

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A single bout of eccentric exercise induces a protective adaptation against damage from a repeated bout. The aim of this study was to determine whether this repeated bout effect is due to a change in the length-tension relationship. Twelve individuals performed an initial bout of six sets of 10 eccentric quadriceps contractions and then performed a repeated(More)
BACKGROUND Ankle sprains are among the most common sports injuries. HYPOTHESIS Poor balance as measured on a balance board and weakness in hip abduction strength are associated with an increased risk of noncontact ankle sprains in high school athletes. STUDY DESIGN Cohort study; Level of evidence, 2. METHODS One hundred sixty-nine high school athletes(More)
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