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Isabel Mayer, Matthias W. Hoppe, Jürgen Freiwald, Rafael Heiss, Martin Engelhardt, Casper Grim, Christoph Lutter, Moritz Huettel, Raimund Forst and Thilo Hotfiel

after a standardized FR intervention on the lateral thigh. Stiffness patterns, as absolute SWV, were assessed using ARFI elastosonography, which was conducted in 40 healthy athletes. The athletes were separated into 2 groups according to their FR experience (20 EA and 20 NEA). ARFI elastosonography is a

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Giovanna Ghiani, Sara Magnani, Azzurra Doneddu, Gianmarco Sainas, Virginia Pinna, Marco Caboi, Girolamo Palazzolo, Filippo Tocco and Antonio Crisafulli

BM and the fat mass. Arm muscular area, arm fat area (AFA), thigh muscle area (TMA), and thigh fat area were also measured using standard formulas ( Frisancho, 1990 ). The athlete filled a semiquantitative food-frequency questionnaire ( Fidanza et al., 1995 ) to assess his usual energy intake, both

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Selvin Balki and Hanım Eda Göktas¸

, and adductor muscles) using a hand-held dynamometer (Figure  1 ). The swelling values were recorded as swelling on knee, thigh, and calf, respectively, by using a measuring tape from midpatella and 10.0 cm above and below midpatella (Figure  2A ). Active assistive range of motion of the knee extension

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Francesco Campa, Alessandro Piras, Milena Raffi and Stefania Toselli

, fat percentage (%F), FM, fat-free mass, muscle area of the thigh, calf, upper-arm muscle area (UMA), fat area of the thigh (TFA), calf, and upper-arm fat area (UFA). In addition, the frequencies of asymmetric, dysfunctional, and painful movements, the 3 FMS components (FMSmove, FMSflex, and FMSstab

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Grant E. Norte, Katherine R. Knaus, Chris Kuenze, Geoffrey G. Handsfield, Craig H. Meyer, Silvia S. Blemker and Joseph M. Hart

threat to long-term joint health, 8 making early detection and intervention a hallmark of prevention. Although much attention has been given to the thigh musculature in response to ACL injury, hip abduction and external rotation strength are reported to predict future noncontact ACL injury in

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Declan Ryan, Jorgen Wullems, Georgina Stebbings, Christopher Morse, Claire Stewart and Gladys Onambele-Pearson

improve heath, 17 , 18 either directly or indirectly. With technological improvements, it is now possible to accurately quantify the physical behavior (PB) levels (SB and PA time). Thigh-mounted triaxial accelerometers are considered the gold standard for SB time quantification as posture can be

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Pablo Fanlo-Mazas, Elena Bueno-Gracia, Alazne Ruiz de Escudero-Zapico, José Miguel Tricás-Moreno and María Orosia Lucha-López

lack of flexibility of several muscles of the thigh has been documented as a possible factor contributing to PFP, 4 – 6 and it is a common finding in patients with PFPS. 7 – 9 A tight iliotibial band (ITB) can lead to laterally located patella and an abnormal patellar tracking pattern. 4 , 6 This

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Sheri J. Hartman, Catherine R. Marinac, Lisa Cadmus-Bertram, Jacqueline Kerr, Loki Natarajan, Suneeta Godbole, Ruth E. Patterson, Brittany Morey and Dorothy D. Sears

standing position, it is difficult to derive thigh and body posture from a hip-worn accelerometer signal. 21 This measurement limitation is important because sedentary behavior dimensions such as sit-to-stand postural transitions and time spent standing may influence metabolic biomarkers and health

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Zachary M. Gillen, Lacey E. Jahn, Marni E. Shoemaker, Brianna D. McKay, Alegra I. Mendez, Nicholas A. Bohannon and Joel T. Cramer

concentric phase of the power–time tracing. Eccentric and concentric impulses were calculated as integrated areas under the eccentric and concentric force–time curves, respectively. During each visit, panoramic cross-sectional images of the quadriceps and hamstrings were taken to quantify thigh muscle cross

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Berit Steenbock, Marvin N. Wright, Norman Wirsik and Mirko Brandes

provide energy expenditure (EE) prediction models from raw accelerometry data established against indirect calorimetry, (2) to compare two linear and two machine learning models, and (3) to compare accuracy of different accelerometers placed on the hips, thigh, and wrists. Methods Study Participants To