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Darren Steeves, Leo J. Thornley, Joshua A. Goreham, Matthew J. Jordan, Scott C. Landry, and Jonathon R. Fowles

-water performance in elite flatwater kayakers. Future studies may consider looking at the contribution of the leg muscles by monitoring the force production on the footrest. Practical Application Maximal isometric strength has been used as a performance marker and to study the adaptation to training in other sports

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Matti Hyvärinen, Sarianna Sipilä, Janne Kulmala, Harto Hakonen, Tuija H. Tammelin, Urho M. Kujala, Vuokko Kovanen, and Eija K. Laakkonen

isometric strength in men and women from the age of 75 to 80 years . Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 45 ( 12 ), 1439 – 1445 . PubMed ID: 9400552 doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.1997.tb03193.x 10.1111/j.1532-5415.1997.tb03193.x Rantanen , T. , Guralnik , J.M. , Foley , D. , Masaki , K

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Ilha G. Fernandes, Matheus A. Souza, Matheus L. Oliveira, Bianca Miarka, Michelle A. Barbosa, Andreia C. Queiroz, and Alexandre C. Barbosa

.C. , & Denadai , B.S. ( 2014 ). Postactivation potentiation biases maximal isometric strength assessment . BioMed Research International, 2014 , 126961 . PubMed ID: 25133157 doi:10.1155/2014/126961 10.1155/2014/126961 Maki , B.E. , & McIlroy , W.E. ( 1996 ). Postural control in the older adult

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Connor A. Burton, Robert J. Arthur, Matthew J. Rivera, and Cameron J. Powden

test–retest reliability. 35 The results were normalized to the participant’s leg length, which was measured from the anterior superior iliac spine to the medial malleolus. Strength Ankle DF, eversion (EV), and inversion maximal isometric strength were measured by a handheld dynamometer (MicroFET2

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Samuel R. Heaselgrave, Joe Blacker, Benoit Smeuninx, James McKendry, and Leigh Breen

intraoperator variability (coefficient of variation based on all obtained images was ∼0.7%). Images were analyzed using ImageJ (version 1.51i; University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI) Maximal Isometric Strength Biceps isometric strength was assessed using a KinCom dynamometer (Chattanooga Group Inc, Hixson, TN

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Theofanis Tzatzakis, Konstantinos Papanikolaou, Dimitrios Draganidis, Panagiotis Tsimeas, Savvas Kritikos, Athanasios Poulios, Vasiliki C. Laschou, Chariklia K. Deli, Athanasios Chatzinikolaou, Alexios Batrakoulis, Georgios Basdekis, Magni Mohr, Peter Krustrup, Athanasios Z. Jamurtas, and Ioannis G. Fatouros

). Table 5 Changes in Maximal Isometric Strength Performance Baseline 1 h 2 h 3 h Knee extensors, isometric strength of dominant limb, N·m/kg  Control 3.38 (0.40) 3.35 (0.37) −0.8% 3.30 (0.38) −2.3% 3.29 (0.37) −2.6%  SEPT/1:5 3.35 (0.38) 2.79 (0.38) a,c −16.7% (1.40; 0.42 to 2.38) 3.06 (0.31) a −8.6% (0

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Yi-Fen Shih, Ya-Fang Lee, and Wen-Yin Chen

.1 (5.8) 43.8 (5.2) .40  Shoulder abduction 178.4 (15.4) 181.1 (7.7) .53  Shoulder external rotation 88.4 (8.8) 91.7 (13.9) .45  Shoulder internal rotation 62.4 (14.7) 64.4 (14.7) .70 Maximal isometric strength, N  Upper trapezius 106.76 (35.41) 91.77 (26.60) .20  Lower trapezius 54.49 (16.32) 48.22 (15