Eccentric Exercise to Enhance Neuromuscular Control

@inproceedings{Lepley2017EccentricET,
  title={Eccentric Exercise to Enhance Neuromuscular Control},
  author={Lindsey Klykken Lepley and Adam Scott Lepley and James A. Onate and Dustin R. Grooms},
  booktitle={Sports health},
  year={2017}
}
CONTEXT Neuromuscular alterations are a major causal factor of primary and secondary injuries. Though injury prevention programs have experienced some success, rates of injuries have not declined, and after injury, individuals often return to activity with functionality below clinical recommendations. Considering alternative therapies to the conventional concentric exercise approach, such as one that can target neuromuscular injury risk and postinjury alterations, may provide for more effective… CONTINUE READING
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