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Effect of Push-up Speed on Elbow Joint Loading

@inproceedings{2010EffectOP,
  title={Effect of Push-up Speed on Elbow Joint Loading},
  author={周伯禧 and 許修豪 and 陳勝凱 and 周有禮 and Paul Pei-Hsi Chou and Hsiu-Hao Hsu and Shen-kai Chen and Su-Kuan Yang and Chia-Ming Kuo and Y. L. Chou},
  year={2010}
}
Push-up is a common exercise used for strengthening the upper extremity muscles. Knowledge of elbow kinematics and kinetics may be helpful in preventing injuries due to push-ups if the elbow shear force can be reduced. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of different push-up speeds on elbow joint loading. Fourteen healthy male graduate students volunteered for this investigation. In a motion analysis laboratory, the Expert Vision motion system with eight 240 Hz… 

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