Occurrence of Weak Links of Biokinematics Chain and Pain Feeling in The Lumbar Spine in Kayakers and Female Rowers - Preliminary Observation

@inproceedings{Wjcik2012OccurrenceOW,
  title={Occurrence of Weak Links of Biokinematics Chain and Pain Feeling in The Lumbar Spine in Kayakers and Female Rowers - Preliminary Observation},
  author={Małgorzata W{\'o}jcik and Idzi Siatkowski},
  year={2012}
}
Objectives: Determination of weak links presence in musculoskeletal system and pain feeling in the lumbar spine in kayakers and female rowers. Methods: 40 players from Championship Sports School were tested: 8 female kayakers (FK), 12 male kayakers (MK), 13 male canadians (MC) and 7 female rowers (FR). Low and high threshold Performance Matrix Tests were used to identify the weak links of the musculoskeletal system in the lumbar spine. The analysis of weak links occurrence in biokinematics… CONTINUE READING

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