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Thomas M. Newman, Giampietro L. Vairo and William E. Buckley

level II evidence research studies were surveyed for this CAT. 1 , 2 • For this CAT, 1 randomized controlled trial 3 and 3 prospective cohort studies were selected. 4 – 6 • One study found a statistically significant main effect of increased agility run times while participants wore ankle braces. 4

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Chelsey Klimek, Christopher Ashbeck, Alexander J. Brook and Chris Durall

program included components of the ATAC, CrossFit, and RAW programs. ATAC consists of plyometrics, kettlebells/medicine balls, high-intensity water exercises, wrestling, ladder and cone agility drills, tire flipping, speed interval training, and cinderblock throwing. CrossFit consists of continuously

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Sergio Jiménez-Rubio, Archit Navandar, Jesús Rivilla-García and Victor Paredes-Hernández

There are programs that evaluate previously injured athletes on tests based on change of direction and sprinting, such as the 505 agility test or the T test, although they do not specifically mention a previous hamstring strain injury, 21 despite a majority of these injuries occurring during maximal

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Mary Lynn Manduca and Stephen J. Straub

stability training, agility exercises, sport-specific functional field testing Saline placebo injection + rehabilitation program (not specified) Outcome measure(s) • Time to RTP: time (days) from data of injury onset until patient fulfilled criteria to RTP • Subjective pain severity scores (BPI

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Christie Powell, Jody Jensen and Samantha Johnson

 = 90%) Retrospective case series Level 4 N = 16 Myer et al 23 14–19 y mean age: 16.9 y male/female ACLR NFL combine: (1) Broad jump (2) Vertical jump (3) Modified pro shuttle run (4) Modified agility-T (5) SLHD (6) SLTHD (7) SLTCHD (8) SLHT (LSI = 90%) Case control Level 4 N = 18 + 20 controls Myer et

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Nathan Millikan, Dustin R. Grooms, Brett Hoffman and Janet E. Simon

musculoskeletal injury is exponentially higher after a primary injury, highlighting the need for functional testing to determine injury recovery and return to play readiness to mitigate the high reinjury risk. 4 Functional testing comes in numerous forms. Lower-extremity functional testing has focused on agility

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Erica M. Willadsen, Andrea B. Zahn and Chris J. Durall

(stretching, strengthening, plyometric exercise, and sports-specific agility drills) to address proprioceptive and biomechanical deficits that are often seen in young female athletes. Mandelbaum et al 6 found that the PEP group sustained 4 ACL tears (0.13 incidence rate) at the 2-year follow-up, whereas the

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Scott W. Cheatham, Kyle R. Stull, Mike Fantigrassi and Ian Montel

unilateral and bilateral squats to challenge clients in their training programs. Research has shown that both unilateral and bilateral squat training can improve lower body strength, sprint speed, and agility in individuals. 1 Both unilateral and bilateral squats are also used as assessments of dynamic

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Nicholas Hattrup, Hannah Gray, Mark Krumholtz and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

concussion; however, most of this literature has occurred in patients with postconcussion syndrome. 10 Those patients who undergo a multimodel treatment protocol (aerobic exercise, imagery, agility exercises, and balance exercises) 11 , 12 or perform aerobic exercise alone have shown improvement compared

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Erik A. Wikstrom, Cole Mueller and Mary Spencer Cain

Sport-specific test 27 , 31 Jumping and cutting 28 Agility T test 29 , 30 Single-leg hop 29 , 36 Walk and tiptoe 36 80% of the uninjured leg amount 32 , 35 Little to no pain while completing the test 27 , 29 , 33 Consistent T -test times between 8.9 and 13.5 s 30 Speed and quality movement during