Age- and sex-associated differences in isokinetic knee muscle endurance between young children and adults.

@article{Croix2009AgeAS,
  title={Age- and sex-associated differences in isokinetic knee muscle endurance between young children and adults.},
  author={Mark De Ste Croix and Martine A Deighan and S{\'e}bastien Ratel and Neil Armstrong},
  journal={Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme},
  year={2009},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={725-31}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine the age- and sex-associated differences of repeated isokinetic knee extension and flexion. Fifty one participants, 30 young children (16 boys and 14 girls; aged 11 and 12 years) and 21 adults (9 males and 12 females; aged 18-35 years), agreed to participate in the study. Isokinetic concentric peak knee extension (PET) and flexion (PFT) torque were measured using a calibrated Biodex System 3. Participants performed 4 concentric extension-flexion cycles… CONTINUE READING
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