Range of motion and isometric strength of shoulder joints of team handball athletes during the playing season, Part II: changes after midseason.

@article{Fieseler2015RangeOM,
  title={Range of motion and isometric strength of shoulder joints of team handball athletes during the playing season, Part II: changes after midseason.},
  author={Georg Fieseler and Philipp Jungermann and Alexander Koke and Lars Irlenbusch and K. S. Delank and Ren{\'e} Schwesig},
  journal={Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={391-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Our objective was to investigate the influence of workload and consecutive changes on active range of motion and isometric strength of team handball athletes' throwing shoulders (TSs) because the available data are insufficient. METHODS In a longitudinal investigation, 31 professional male handball athletes underwent a clinical shoulder examination. Athletes were examined at the beginning (week 0), at the end (week 6) of the preseasonal training, and at the end of the half-season… CONTINUE READING
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