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Changes in lower extremity biomechanics due to a short-term fatigue protocol.
CONTEXT Noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injury has been reported to occur during the later stages of a game when fatigue is most likely present. Few researchers have focused on progressiveExpand
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A functional agility short-term fatigue protocol changes lower extremity mechanics
Abstract The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a functional agility fatigue protocol on lower extremity biomechanics between two unanticipated tasks (stop-jump and sidestep). TheExpand
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Knee kinematics is altered post-fatigue while performing a crossover task
PurposeTo examine the effect of a sequential fatigue protocol on lower extremity biomechanics during a crossover cutting task in female soccer players.MethodsEighteen female collegiate soccer playersExpand
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A Feedback Inclusive Neuromuscular Training Program Alters Frontal Plane Kinematics
Abstract Greska, EK, Cortes, N, Van Lunen, BL, and Oñate, JA. A feedback inclusive neuromuscular training program alters frontal plane kinematics. J Strength Cond Res 26(6): 1609–1619, 2012—AnteriorExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF A 5-WEEK GOLF SPECIFIC STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING INTERVENTION ON SWING PERFORMANCE FACTORS
Background The effects of golf specific strength and conditioning interventions on performance are scarcely researched. However, a multitude of research exists relative to golf related injuries. FromExpand
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Effects of a Combined Resistance-Plyometric Training Program on Muscular Strength, Running Economy, and V[Combining Dot Above]O2peak in Division I Female Soccer Players
Abstract Grieco, CR, Cortes, N, Greska, EK, Lucci, S, and Onate, JA. Effects of a combined resistance-plyometric training program on muscular strength, running economy, and V[Combining DotExpand
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Biomechanical differences related to leg dominance were not found during a cutting task
Previous studies have shown conflicting information regarding leg dominance as an etiological factor for the risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. It remains unclear if lower extremityExpand
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Associations Between Functional Movement Screening, the Y Balance Test, and Injuries in Coast Guard Training.
Tests that have the ability to predict injuries in various military and athletic populations are important because of the role they could play in primary prevention. Functional Movement Screen (FMS)Expand
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Neuromuscular Changes Following an Injury Prevention Program for ACL Injuries
international journal of athletic therapy & training © 2011 Human Kinetics ATT 16(4), pp. 16-20 Extensive research has been conducted to identify athletes with elevated risk for non-contact anteriorExpand
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Sequential fatigue progressively alters lower extremity biomechanics
Background Non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury has been reported to occur during the later stages of a game, when fatigue is most likely present. Few studies have focused onExpand
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