Contralateral leg deficits in kinetic and kinematic variables during running in Australian rules football players with previous hamstring injuries.

@article{Brughelli2010ContralateralLD,
  title={Contralateral leg deficits in kinetic and kinematic variables during running in Australian rules football players with previous hamstring injuries.},
  author={Matt E Brughelli and John Cronin and Jurdan Mendiguch{\'i}a and Dave Kinsella and Ken K Nosaka},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 9},
  pages={2539-44}
}
Contralateral leg deficits between lower limbs during athletic movements are thought to increase the risk of injury and compromise performance. The purpose of this study was to quantify the magnitude of leg deficits during running in noninjured and previously injured Australian Rules football (ARF) players. The players included a group of noninjured ARF players (n = 11) and a group of previously injured ARF players (n = 11; hamstring injuries only). The players in the injured group (IG) had at… CONTINUE READING

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