The Reliability of a Rotational Power Assessment of the Core

@article{Zois2016TheRO,
  title={The Reliability of a Rotational Power Assessment of the Core},
  author={James Zois and Anthony P. Sharp and Kaushik Talukdar and John B. Cronin},
  journal={Journal of Athletic Enhancement},
  year={2016},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-5}
}
Context: Most athletic upper-body power generation involves high levels of neuromuscular activation/coordination of a rotational nature. Therefore, it is important to assess athletic ability that replicates the rotational activity of athletes. However, a paucity of research currently measures rotational power of the core. Objective: Establish inter-day reliability of chop and lift mean power output via a linear position transducer on rotational reliant power athletes. Design: Controlled… Expand

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