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Christy Hancock, Bethany Hansberger, Rick Loutsch, Eric Stanford, Ali Zeigel, Robert Bonser, Russell Baker, Scott Cheatham, James May and Alan M. Nasypany

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Gerrit Jan van Ingen Schenau, Maarten F. Bobbert and Arnold de Haan

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Noureddin Nakhostin Ansari, Parisa Alaei, Soofia Naghdi, Zahra Fakhari, Shiva Komesh and Jan Dommerholt

. Routinely, physiotherapists use stretching techniques to prevent contractures and increase muscle flexibility. 7 , 8 Although hamstring stretching is regularly included in exercise programs and as an appropriate strategy for the prevention and the treatment of hamstring length deficits, there are

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Elisa S. Arch, Sarah Colón and James G. Richards

or could not find the appropriate bra. 1 Excessive breast and bra motion during physical activity can lead to breast pain, pain in the shoulders, neck, back, and head, 2 , 3 stretch of the Cooper’s ligaments that provide intrinsic support of the breasts. 4 Bra motion and breast health research aims

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Neil Chapman, John Whitting, Suzanne Broadbent, Zachary Crowley-McHattan and Rudi Meir

flawless predictions of force output via contractions at constant sarcomere lengths (isometric contractions) and contractions where the sarcomere is allowed to shorten (concentric contractions). However, it cannot account for some prominent observations when an activated sarcomere is stretched (eccentric

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Erik A. Wikstrom and Patrick O. McKeon

life scores. 14 Ankle joint mobilizations clearly improve DFROM in those with CAI. 15 , 16 Stretching and plantar massage have also improved DFROM in different populations. 17 , 18 Most recently, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) reported that ankle joint mobilizations, calf stretching, and plantar