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Dean Ritchie, Justin Keogh, Steven Stern, Peter Reaburn, Fergus O’Connor, and Jonathan D. Bartlett

increased RT training volume is associated with increased muscle morphological and strength adaptations, 10 , 11 the tonnage method was deemed appropriate for quantifying RT performance. Lower body RT was prescribed with 1 lower body push (barbell squat) and 1 lower body pull (barbell deadlift), and 2

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Ryan G. Timmins, Baubak Shamim, Paul J. Tofari, Jack T. Hickey, and Donny M. Camera

hip and knee extensor strength (45° leg press, Romanian deadlift, seated knee extensions, barbell step back lunge, barbell hip thruster, and stiff-legged-deadlift). Training volume was modified by manipulating the number of sets, repetitions, and relative intensity of each exercise to provide

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Danny Lum and Tiago M. Barbosa

HWT: 3–5 × 1–5 barbell flat bench press, leg press, dumbbell shoulder press, upright barbell rows, seated row, hamstring curl, barbell biceps curl, barbell incline bench press, barbell deadlift, barbell overhead press, lateral pulldowns, dumbbell bent over rows, hamstring single-leg curls, and triceps

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Stephanie Di Lemme, Jon Sanderson, Richard G. Celebrini, and Geoffrey C. Dover

exercise was performed during week; NI = noninjured leg; NWB = nonweightbearing; pf = plantar flexion; s = seconds; RDL = Romanian deadlift; Reps = repetitions; RPM = revolutions per minute; SL = single-leg; std = standing; SWB = Swiss ball; UB = upper body; WB = weightbearing. Table 2 Rehabilitation

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Maja Zamoscinska, Irene R. Faber, and Dirk Büsch

deadlifts at 50%–70% 1RM. HiPRT exercises: deadlift, squat, and overhead press; with weight progressively increasing to maintain an intensity of 80%−85% 1RM. Impact loading applied via jumping chin ups with drop landings. CG: 2× a week 30 min. Unsupervised low-intensity home-based exercise. Outcome measures

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Jonathon Weakley, Kevin Till, John Sampson, Harry Banyard, Cedric Leduc, Kyle Wilson, Greg Roe, and Ben Jones

Hexagonal bar jump squat Hexagonal bar jump squat Weeks 1–4: 3 sets of 3 repetitions at 20% Bilateral lower body Back squat a Hex bar deadlift a Week 1: 3 sets of 5 repetitions at 85% Week 2: 3 sets of 4 repetitions at 87% Week 3: 3 sets of 3 repetitions at 90% Week 4: 3 sets of 2 repetitions at 93% Upper

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Heather L. Colleran, Andrea Hiatt, Laurie Wideman, and Cheryl A. Lovelady

equation; heart rate was defined as the independent variable, and the dependent variable was the predicted VO 2 max. One-repetition maximum testing was used to assess muscular strength. 11 Exercises included squats, bench press, seated or standing military press, stiff-leg deadlifts, and bent

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Thomas I. Gee, Paul Harsley, and Daniel C. Bishop

the featured training program, all participants were subjected to 1-repetition maximum (1RM) testing using a previously described protocol. 14 This involved the 4 heavy-resistance exercises, that is, the back squat, deadlift, bench press, and military press, and also the 2 Olympic lifting

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Simon Gavanda, Stephan Geisler, Oliver Jan Quittmann, and Thorsten Schiffer

mobility exercises. Table 2 Strength-Training Exercises and Order During Training Period Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Core exercises • Back squat • Bench press • Back squat • Bench press • Back squat • Bench press Assistance exercises • Romanian deadlift (barbell) • Bent-over barbell row • Incline

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Todd Miller, Stephanie Mull, Alan Albert Aragon, James Krieger, and Brad Jon Schoenfeld

alternated every four weeks for the duration of the 16-week study. Exercise Complex 1 consisted of Squats, Romanian Deadlifts, Swiss Ball Squats, Bench Press, Lat Pulldown, Dumbbell Shoulder Press, Incline Dumbbell Fly, Seated Row, Dumbbell Lateral Raise, and Low Back Hyperextensions. Exercise Complex 2