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Darren Steeves, Leo J. Thornley, Joshua A. Goreham, Matthew J. Jordan, Scott C. Landry and Jonathon R. Fowles

trunk peak isometric force tasks. Trunk-Strength Testing A kayak ergometer (CatchForce, KayakPro) was altered so the seat, footrests, and paddle cables remained stationary. One 227-kg “S” load cell (BLH Electronics, Canton, MA) was securely connected to a steel beam behind the participant. For all tasks

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Aitor Iturricastillo, Cristina Granados, Raúl Reina, José Manuel Sarabia, Ander Romarate and Javier Yanci

basketball. 17 , 19 Although several studies have analyzed the physical performance, 2 , 6 strength, 9 , 20 or mobility, 21 the number of studies regarding the association between strength test and physical performance test in WB is scarce. Regarding WB, Turbanski and Schmidtbleicher 9 reported an

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Herbert Wagner, Patrick Fuchs, Andrea Fusco, Philip Fuchs, Jeffrey W. Bell and Serge P. von Duvillard

-Rotation Strength Test Isokinetic trunk and shoulder internal rotation strength tests were conducted using an IsoMed 2000 dynamometer (D&R Ferstl, GmbH, Hemau, Germany) combined with the manufacturer’s attachments for bilateral trunk and unilateral shoulder rotation. Range of motion and angular velocity for trunk

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Antonio Dello Iacono, Stephanie Valentin, Mark Sanderson and Israel Halperin

the strain gauges and force plates were highly correlated. In continuation with the research attempts that simplify muscular strength tests and in view of the other above-mentioned limitations, we designed a new isometric test—the isometric horizontal push test (IHPT)—that quantifies PF outputs using

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Kamila Grandolfi, Vandre Sosciarelli and Marcos Polito

. Orientation and familiarization to 1RM strength testing in old and young women . J Strength Cond Res . 2001 ; 15 : 519 – 523 . PubMed ID: 11726267 5. McCurdy K , Langford G , Jenkerson D , Doscher M . The validity and reliability of the 1RM bench press using chain-loaded resistance . J Strength

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Yi-Fen Shih, Ya-Fang Lee and Wen-Yin Chen

, the skin preparation was performed, and the electromagnetic sensors and the EMG electrodes were attached to the designated areas. The investigator then measured muscle strength of the UT, LT, and SA. The EMG activities during the muscle strength testing were collected and used as the EMG normalization

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Jocelyn F. Hafer, Mark S. Miller, Jane A. Kent and Katherine A. Boyer

preferred walking speed, and completed strength testing habituation. The second visit included overground gait analysis, knee extensor torque and power testing, and a 30-minute treadmill walk, followed by a second instance of overground gait analysis and knee extensor strength and power testing

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Selvin Balki and Hanım Eda Göktas¸

goniometer (B); knee extension muscle testing, rectus femoris Y -shaped KT, and knee fan-shaped KT applications (C); and knee flexion muscle testing (D). Note . All measurements in the study were done without KT. KT indicates Kinesio tape. Muscle Strength Tests All strength tests were performed with

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Hayden J. Pritchard, Matthew J. Barnes, Robin J. Stewart, Justin W. Keogh and Michael R. McGuigan

. Additionally, participants were also tested for a 2RM to 8RM on all other programmed lifts. 1RM was estimated from these results using the following formula 16 : 1 RM = Load / ( 1.0278 − 0.0278 × repetitions performed ) Testing for 1RM was repeated during the week between conditions. All strength testing was

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Manuel Terraza-Rebollo and Ernest Baiget

evaluate its effect on the dependent variables (serve velocity and accuracy) in order to determine its efficacy for using it as a performance enhancer. Subjects participated in 1 familiarization session, 1 test session (maximum strength test and anthropometric test), 1 control session, and 3 experimental