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Lauren Anne Lipker, Caitlyn Rae Persinger, Bradley Steven Michalko and Christopher J. Durall

, respectively. Ohta et al 2 and Iverson et al 4 both used BFR with low-resistance exercise, although only Ohta et al 2 reported a benefit with BFR suggesting that a relatively lengthy training period may be required for the beneficial effects of BFR on quadriceps CSA to manifest when combined with low

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

females with a mean age of 32.3 y. Responders had a mean total CrossFit training period of 18.6 mo and a mean weekly training participation of 5.3 h/wk. Activity investigated Subjects participated in CrossFit training for 4–5 d/wk with 30- to 60-min sessions. CrossFit exercises were performed in a

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

should occur 2 to 3 times a week for at least 4 weeks to produce putatively desirable kinematic changes. 2 – 4 Additional studies are needed to assess the impact of these training programs on ACL injury rates after the training period. Strength of Recommendation Our recommendations were derived from the

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Maja Zamoscinska, Irene R. Faber and Dirk Büsch

training 36 mo of low-volume high-resistance strength training and high-impact aerobics; IG: 2× group training (60–70 min) and 2× home training sessions (25 min) a week. Group training session: warm-up/endurance, jumping, strength training (periodized), and flexibility training sequences. Home training

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Amanda L. Ager, Dorien Borms, Magali Bernaert, Vicky Brusselle, Mazarine Claessens, Jean-Sébastien Roy and Ann Cools

-replication test (AJPS): ANT 60°, 90°, 120° ABD 60°, 90°, 120° IR ER (Zebris CMS-HS 3-dimensional motion measuring system, Zebris Medical GmbH, Allgäu Germany) 12 wk (after training period) Active–active angle-replication test (AJPS): ANT 60°, 90°, 120° ABD 60°, 90°, 120° IR ER No change in proprioceptive ability

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Natália Barros Beltrão, Camila Ximenes Santos, Valéria Mayaly Alves de Oliveira, André Luiz Torres Pirauá, David Behm, Ana Carolina Rodarti Pitangui and Rodrigo Cappato de Araújo

stretching intensities are scarce. Two studies compared the effects of 6 weeks of stretching at low and high intensities, and both studies found that the groups trained with low stretching intensities had higher ROM gains at the end of the training period. 13 , 14 With these studies, it is important to note