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Stephen M. Suydam, Kurt Manal and Thomas S. Buchanan

ballistic activities, have been used as predictive tools for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and hamstring strain. 4 , 5 In addition, ballistic activities have been performed on the ACL reconstructed population for rehabilitation and performance assessments. 6 , 7 The effectiveness of EMG as a

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Ross Armstrong

.7%, 3 d) 0 (0%, 0 d) Adductor strain 4 (11%, 17 d) 1 (10%, 3 d) Hamstring strain 3 (8%, 24 d) 3 (30%, 30 d) Quadriceps strain 0 (0%, 0 d) 1 (10%, 21 d) Gastrocnemius strain 2 (5.4%, 14 d) 0 (0%, 0 d) Tibialis anterior strain 0 (0%, 0 d) 2 (20%, 17 d) Latissimus dorsi muscle strain 7 (18.9%, 122 d) 1 (10

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Jake Schuster, Dan Howells, Julien Robineau, Anthony Couderc, Alex Natera, Nick Lumley, Tim J. Gabbett and Nick Winkelman

, Ferguson C , Williams M . Effect of high-speed running on hamstring strain injury risk . Br J Sports Med . 2016 ; 50 : 1536 – 1540 . PubMed doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2015-095679 27288515 63. Furlan N , Waldron M , Shorter K , et al . Running-intensity fluctuations in elite rugby sevens