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Effects of Strength Training on Neuromuscular Coordination in Male Pool Players

  title={Effects of Strength Training on Neuromuscular Coordination in Male Pool Players},
  author={K. Salehzadeh and B. Ghorbanzadeh},
Weight lifting trainings play an important role in improving overall sports performance through increasing muscle power, hypertrophy, kinetic performance, balance and neuromuscular coordination. The present study aims to investigate the effects of strength training on neuromuscular coordination in poll players. In this study, 30 pool players were randomly assigned into control (n=15) and experimental (n=15) groups. The experimental group participated in a 12-week strength exercise program along… Expand
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