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Reliability and comparability of the accelerometer as a measure of muscular power.
Relationship between estimated aerobic fitness and injury rates among active duty at an Air Force base based upon two separate measures of estimated cardiovascular fitness.
Time Course Change in Muscle Swelling: High-Intensity vs. Blood Flow Restriction Exercise.
Validation of the NFL-225 test for predicting 1-RM bench press performance in college football players.
Barbell velocity: a practical and precise method for predicting bench press strength in sedentary women.
Fat Mass Is Negatively Associated with Muscle Strength and Jump Test Performance.
Effects of Blood-Flow Restriction Combined With Postactivation Potentiation Stimuli on Jump Performance in Recreationally Active Men.
Resistance training effects on arterial compliance in premenopausal women.
Jump test performance and sarcopenia status in men and women, 55 to 75 years of age.
Countermovement Jump Reliability Performed With and Without an Arm Swing in NCAA Division 1 Intercollegiate Basketball Players.
Test-Retest Reliability Between Free Weight and Machine-Based Movement Velocities.
The High Precision of Functional and Neuromuscular Measures to Classify Sarcopenia in Older Women.