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1978 3
1979 8
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1983 7
1985 3
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1989 9
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1998 15
1999 22
2000 15
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2002 37
2003 30
2004 44
2005 41
2006 20
2007 16
2008 47
2009 52
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Clinician-Friendly Physical Performance Tests for the Hip, Ankle, and Foot
Vogler JH, et al. J Athl Train 2017 - Review. PMID 28787183 Free PMC article.
Part 2: the tests for the hip, thigh, foot, and ankle including the Star Excursion Balance Test. Br J Sports Med. 2015;49(10):649-656. ...
Part 2: the tests for the hip, thigh, foot, and ankle including the Star Excursion Balance Test. Br J Sports Med. 2015;49(10):649-656 …
An Anatomic Investigation of the Ober Test
Willett GM, et al. Am J Sports Med 2016. PMID 26755689
It was hypothesized that transection of the ITB would significantly increase thigh adduction range of motion as measured by an inclinometer when performing either Ober test and that subsequent structure transections (gluteus med/min muscles followed by the hip joint capsule) would cause additional increases in thigh adduction. ...RESULTS: No significant changes in thigh position (adduction) occurred in either version of the Ober test after ITB transection. ...
It was hypothesized that transection of the ITB would significantly increase thigh adduction range of motion as measured by an inclin …
Thigh and Psoas Major Muscularity and Its Relation to Running Mechanics in Sprinters.
Ema R, et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2018. PMID 30222688
RESULTS: Compared with untrained men, sprinters had significantly greater thigh muscle volumes of the hip flexors and extensors, total adductors, gracilis, and psoas major, whereas the monoarticular knee extensor and flexor thigh muscle volumes were similar between the two groups. ...CONCLUSIONS: The sprinters in this study presented greater muscularity of the thigh and psoas major but not the monoarticular knee extensor or flexor muscles. ...
RESULTS: Compared with untrained men, sprinters had significantly greater thigh muscle volumes of the hip flexors and extensors, tota …
Sex differences in lower extremity coordinative variability during running
Hannigan JJ and Chou LS. Gait Posture 2019. PMID 30939339
RESEARCH QUESTION: Are there sex differences in continuous relative phase (CRP) variability for pelvis-thigh and thigh-shank couplings during the stance phase of running? ...Continuous relative phase (CRP) variability was calculated between the pelvis-thigh and thigh-shank, and averaged during four distinct stance sub-phases. ...
RESEARCH QUESTION: Are there sex differences in continuous relative phase (CRP) variability for pelvis-thigh and thigh-shank c …
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