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, Muscle Activation, Joint Motion, and Patellofemoral-Pain Syndrome Jennifer E. Earl * Jay Hertel * Craig R. Denegar * 8 2005 14 3 216 233 10.1123/jsr.14.3.216 Lower Leg Cold Immersion Does Not Impair Dynamic Stability in Healthy Women Susan Miniello * Geoffrey Dover * Michael Powers * Mark

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Raffy Dotan

Exercise Science , the review misses out on the opportunity to provide a more complete and holistic explanation for the fundamental question on most readers’ minds: Why do children have faster VO 2 kinetics than adults? The child–adult differential muscle activation hypothesis, first proposed and reviewed

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.2016-0218 jab.2016-0218 In-Vitro Quantification of Medial Collateral Ligament Tension in the Elbow Louis M. Ferreira * Graham J.W. King * James A. Johnson * 8 2017 1 8 2017 33 4 277 281 10.1123/jab.2016-0101 jab.2016-0101 Wearing an Inflatable Vest Alters Muscle Activation and Trunk Angle While

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-Fitted Functional Knee Braces: EMG and Brace Migration during Physical Activity John P. Miller * James C. Vailas * Ronald V. Croce * Robert Confessore * Kerriann Catlaw * 5 1999 8 2 109 122 10.1123/jsr.8.2.109 Changes in Muscle Activation during Wall Slides and Squat-Machine Exercise Peter R. Blanpied

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Original Research Validity and Reliability of Methods for Testing Vertical Jumping Performance Herbert Hatze * 5 1998 14 2 127 140 10.1123/jab.14.2.127 Research Relationship between Knee Joint Torque, Velocity, and Muscle Activation: Considerations for Musculoskeletal Modeling David Hawkins

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Original Research Initial Arm Muscle Activation in a Planar Ballistic Arm Movement with Varying External Force Directions: A Simulation Study Tom G. Welter * Maarten F. Bobbert * 7 2002 6 3 217 229 10.1123/mcj.6.3.217 Research The One-Target Advantage: Advanced Preparation or Online Processing

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Original Research Reports Altered Ankle-Muscle Activation during Jump Landing in Participants with Functional Instability of the Ankle Joint Brian Caulfield * Tara Crammond * Angela O’Sullivan * Susan Reynolds * Tomas Ward 8 2004 13 3 189 200 10.1123/jsr.13.3.189 Research Six Weeks of

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Jinger S. Gottschall, Bryce Hastings and Zachary Becker

well as popular, method to modify upper-body activity depending upon the target muscles. Cogley et al 1 measured the pectoralis major and triceps brachii muscle activation during a push-up with a wide, middle, and narrow hand position. The study revealed that activation of both of these muscles was

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Swimming in Pools with Currents Richard N. Hinrichs * Scott P. McLean * 5 1991 7 2 163 174 10.1123/ijsb.7.2.163 Electromyographic Analysis of Muscle Activation during Ski Jumping Performance Mikko Virmavirta * Paavo V. Komi * 5 1991 7 2 175 182 10.1123/ijsb.7.2.175 An Alpine Ski Binding with

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Kellie C. Huxel Bliven and Kelsey J. Picha

, several themes became apparent that we want to draw attention to as you read the articles. While studying muscle activation and strength has been persistent over time, the nature in which it is being studied has evolved. No longer are muscles being examined in isolation; rather primary and secondary