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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 3M ago
Create a spreadsheet in a program such as Google Sheets or Excel with columns including: a) Full name b) Nicknames c) Date of birth d) Hometown ‘e) Siblings or only child f) Interests outside of sport (travel, golf, food, etc.) g) Sports they played growing up h) Favorite type of music i) Favorite coach growing […]
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 3M ago
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 3M ago

This blogpost will focus on maximal muscle Strength and the role of fiber adaptations for maximal strength. Disclosure: Muscle strength is influenced by many parameters, however we this blogpost can not over it all at once. Maximal muscle Strength is simply the maximal force develop by a muscle or a muscle group in a single […]
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 4M ago

Find the slideshow in PDF format. Journal club 25032019
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 4M ago

Today we had a workshop in emergencies in athletes prior to the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 One of the topics we covered was Exercise Associated Collapse. If you are a medical staff to a marathon then distinguish exercise associated collapse during race/competition or after race/competition, and always look for signs as conscious and […]
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Tyler, T. F., Schmitt, B. M., Nicholas, S. J., & McHugh, M. P. (2017). Rehabilitation After Hamstring-Strain Injury Emphasizing Eccentric Strengthening at Long Muscle Lengths: Results of Long-Term Follow-Up. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation Progressive criteria based rehabilitation protocol emphasising eccentric exercises at long hamstring muscle length is effective in reducing injury recurrence. 50 athletes who […]
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 4M ago
Most exercise programs are sagittal plane dominant. However, sporting movements requires that musculature is developed in all three planes. No exercise is performed exclusively in a single plane (forces are always generated to some degree through multiple planes). This is a key consideration in program design in rehabilitation is only to take the athletes to […]
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Physioblog by Andreasbjerregaard - 6M ago
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