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Emily E. Kruithof, Spencer A. Thomas and Patricia Tripp

® • Electrical Stimulation • NormaTec ® • BFR 19–24 Sport-specific movements • Previous exercises with BFR: Increase weight • Isokinetic dynamometry • Return to running • Eccentric strength • Plyometrics: split squats, box jumps, hurdles • Basic change of direction and agility: ladder/cone drills • Ice

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Kelley D. Henderson, Sarah A. Manspeaker and Zevon Stubblefield

 min elliptical February 25 Indoor aerobic jogging/footwork drills Body weight exercises including agility • Overhead squats: 2 × 12 • Stationary lunges: 2 × 12 • Y-balance reaches: 6× each leg • Theraband ® (Akron, OH) shoulder exercises for abduction/adduction, flexion/extension, horizontal

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Chelsey Klimek, Christopher Ashbeck, Alexander J. Brook and Chris Durall

program included components of the ATAC, CrossFit, and RAW programs. ATAC consists of plyometrics, kettlebells/medicine balls, high-intensity water exercises, wrestling, ladder and cone agility drills, tire flipping, speed interval training, and cinderblock throwing. CrossFit consists of continuously

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Sergio Jiménez-Rubio, Archit Navandar, Jesús Rivilla-García and Victor Paredes-Hernández

There are programs that evaluate previously injured athletes on tests based on change of direction and sprinting, such as the 505 agility test or the T test, although they do not specifically mention a previous hamstring strain injury, 21 despite a majority of these injuries occurring during maximal

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Nicola Marotta, Andrea Demeco, Gerardo de Scorpio, Angelo Indino, Teresa Iona and Antonio Ammendolia

. PubMed ID: 12528906 doi: 10.1016/S0030-5898(02)00028-7 12528906 5. Wojtys EM , Huston LJ , Taylor PD , Bastian SD . Neuromuscular adaptations in isokinetic, isotonic, and agility training programs . Am J Sports Med . 1996 ; 24 ( 2 ): 187 – 192 . PubMed ID: 8775118 doi: 10

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Wing-Kai Lam, Winson Chiu-Chun Lee, Wei Min Lee, Christina Zong-Hao Ma and Pui Wah Kong

potential to enhance sport performance such as forward acceleration, jumping, and agility tasks. 1 – 3 Stefanyshyn and colleagues 1 found an improvement in maximum-effort sprint performance when participants ran in shoes inserted with very stiff carbon plates at the soles compared with those without. It

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İlker Eren, Nazan Canbulat, Ata Can Atalar, Şule Meral Eren, Ayla Uçak, Önder Çerezci and Mehmet Demirhan

proprioception and gaining agility Capsular stretching exercises for full ROM Strengthening for rotator cuff and scapular stabilizers (dumbbell and thera band) Closed kinetic chain exercises for scapular stabilizers (push-up, press-up, and rowing) Plyometric exercises after 16th wk V: Functional phase (22nd wk

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Mary Lynn Manduca and Stephen J. Straub

stability training, agility exercises, sport-specific functional field testing Saline placebo injection + rehabilitation program (not specified) Outcome measure(s) • Time to RTP: time (days) from data of injury onset until patient fulfilled criteria to RTP • Subjective pain severity scores (BPI

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Fabian Mager, Jim Richards, Malika Hennies, Eugen Dötzel, Ambreen Chohan, Alex Mbuli and Felix Capanni

stiffness compared with running in conventional shoes. Whereas Park et al 8 found no influence of a stiffened forefoot shoe on agility time and lower limb kinematics while playing badminton. However, these authors used a single segment foot model, which did not allow for the consideration of

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Christie Powell, Jody Jensen and Samantha Johnson

 = 90%) Retrospective case series Level 4 N = 16 Myer et al 23 14–19 y mean age: 16.9 y male/female ACLR NFL combine: (1) Broad jump (2) Vertical jump (3) Modified pro shuttle run (4) Modified agility-T (5) SLHD (6) SLTHD (7) SLTCHD (8) SLHT (LSI = 90%) Case control Level 4 N = 18 + 20 controls Myer et