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Bin Chen, Lifen Liu, Lincoln Bin Chen, Xianxin Cao, Peng Han, Chenhao Wang, and Qi Qi

ID: 20621547 doi: 10.1016/j.math.2010.05.005 20621547 4. Romero-Franco N , Fernandez-Dominguez JC , Montano-Munuera JA , Romero-Franco J , Jimenez-Reyes P . Validity and reliability of a low-cost dynamometer to assess maximal isometric strength of upper limb . J Sports Sci . 2019

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Janie Cournoyer, David Koncan, Michael D. Gilchrist, and T. Blaine Hoshizaki

maximal isometric strength in children is not well defined in the literature. The relationship between grip strength and neck strength demonstrated by Hamilton et al 13 was used to calculate the scaling factor. The ratio of grip strength of an 11.5-year-old to a 15-year-old was determined to be 49.1%. 13