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Justin H. Rigby and Austin M. Hagan

research programme: an audit of injuries in academy youth football . Br J Sports Med . 2004 ; 38 ( 4 ): 466 – 471 . PubMed ID: 15273188 doi:10.1136/bjsm.2003.005165 15273188 10.1136/bjsm.2003.005165 14. Brzycki M . Strength testing—predicting a one-rep max from reps-to-fatigue . J Phys Educ Recreat

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Erika Zemková and Michal Jeleň

in the study only if they subjectively did not report pain in the lumbar region during the maximal isometric strength test. Individuals who had previously undergone surgery or other medically invasive procedures for low back pain were excluded from participation in the study. All participants were

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Xavier D. Thompson and Brianna DiAntonio

to the athletic trainer, the patient had full active and passive knee flexion and extension, visible atrophy of his right quadriceps, and normal gait during walking and light jogging. Initial strength testing consisted of manual muscle testing of the quadriceps. The involved limb was rated a 4/5 and

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Scott J. Dankel, Jeremy P. Loenneke and Paul D. Loprinzi

, Nakamura Y , Hiraoka J , et al . Physical-strength tests and mortality among visitors to health-promotion centers in Japan . J Clin Epidemiol . 1995 ; 48 ( 11 ): 1349 – 1359 . PubMed doi:10.1016/0895-4356(95)00533-1 10.1016/0895-4356(95)00533-1 7490598 14. Volaklis KA , Halle M , Meisinger

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Ben M. Krings, Brandon D. Shepherd, Hunter S. Waldman, Matthew J. McAllister and JohnEric W. Smith

). Psychophysical bases of perceived exertion . Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 14 ( 5 ), 377 – 381 . PubMed ID: 7154893 10.1249/00005768-198205000-00012 Brzycki , M. ( 1993 ). Strength testing—predicting a one-rep max from reps-to-fatigue . Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 64

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Takuma Hoshiba, Hiroki Nakata, Yasuaki Saho, Kazuyuki Kanosue and Toru Fukubayashi

or after the assessment of knee joint position sense for subjects in the ACL reconstructed group. Strength tests were performed with an isokinetic dynamometer (Biodex System 3; Biodex Medical Systems, Shirley, NY) at a velocity of 60°/s and 180°/s, for both knee extensors and flexors. 20 , 21

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Jose Morales, Carla Ubasart, Mónica Solana-Tramunt, Israel Villarrasa-Sapiña, Luis-Millán González, David Fukuda and Emerson Franchini

utilized a quasi-experimental design and was conducted prior to an international-level judo competition held in Barcelona. Balance, RT, and strength tests were conducted 1 week prior to the official weigh-in (pretest) and immediately after the weigh-in (posttest). The athletes in the experimental groups

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Iván Chulvi-Medrano, Moisés Picón-Martínez, Juan Manuel Cortell-Tormo, Juan Tortosa-Martínez, Diego Alexandre Alonso-Aubin and Yasser Alakhdar

artery after inflating the cuff (140 mm wide and 940 mm long, Riester Komprimeter; Riester, Jungingen, Germany) on the leg beneath the knee joint. The mean TOP was 173.93 (59.72) mm Hg, and the 30% of the TOP was 52.21 (17.89) mm Hg. Participants performed a submaximal plantar-flexion strength test

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Jason Brumitt, Alma Mattocks, Jeremy Loew and Phil Lentz

noncontact time-loss lower-quadrant injury in male collegiate soccer players . Sci Med Football . 2017 ; 1 ( 2 ): 96 – 101 . doi:10.1080/24733938.2017.1282164 10.1080/24733938.2017.1282164 20. Petschnig R , Baron R , Albrecht M . The relationship between isokinetic quadriceps strength test and hop

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Kelly Pritchett, Robert C. Pritchett, Lauren Stark, Elizabeth Broad and Melissa LaCroix

strength testing, which may have influenced the study results. This finding may be attributed to the variation in level of lesion among subjects. Similar studies have also reported no relationship between vitamin D status and performance measures ( Flueck et al., 2016a ; Pritchett et al., 2016 ). Dubnov