Jump Power and Force Have Distinct Associations With Cortical Bone Parameters: Findings From a Population Enriched by Individuals With High Bone Mass

@inproceedings{Hardcastle2014JumpPA,
  title={Jump Power and Force Have Distinct Associations With Cortical Bone Parameters: Findings From a Population Enriched by Individuals With High Bone Mass},
  author={Sarah A. Hardcastle and Celia L Gregson and J{\"o}rn Rittweger and Nicola J. Crabtree and Kate Ward and Jon H. Tobias},
  booktitle={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2014}
}
CONTEXT Little is known of the relationships between muscle function and bone, based on the recently developed technique of jumping mechanography. OBJECTIVE Our objective was to determine associations between peak ground reaction force and peak power during a 1-legged hopping test and a single 2-legged jump, respectively, and cortical bone parameters. DESIGN AND SETTING This was a cross-sectional observational study in participants from the high bone mass cohort. PARTICIPANTS Participants… CONTINUE READING
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