Isokinetic concentric versus eccentric training of shoulder rotators with functional evaluation of performance enhancement in elite tennis players.

@article{Mont1994IsokineticCV,
  title={Isokinetic concentric versus eccentric training of shoulder rotators with functional evaluation of performance enhancement in elite tennis players.},
  author={M. Mont and David Bruce Cohen and Kym Rouse Campbell and K Gravare and Sanjeev Kumar Mathur},
  journal={The American journal of sports medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={513-7}
}
Thirty elite tennis players were randomly assigned to three groups to evaluate shoulder isokinetic internal and external rotation training: an isokinetic concentric group, an isokinetic eccentric group, and a control group with no training. Subjects were tested before and after training both concentrically and eccentrically using an isokinetic dynamometer. Functional output before and after training was assessed by the average and peak velocity of six maximal serves. The effect of training on… CONTINUE READING
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