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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Top 5 Manuscripts in SCJ
Have you read the latest top 5 manuscripts in SCJ ?
  1. To Crunch or Not to Crunch: An Evidence-Based Examination of Spinal Flexion Exercises, their PotentialRisks, and their Applicability to Program Design.
  2. Real-Time Assessment and Neuromuscular Training Feedback Techniques to Prevent Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury in Female Athletes.
  3. Hamstring Strains: Basic Science and Clinical ResearchApplications for Preventing the Recurrent Injury.
  4. A Performance Evaluation of the Tennis Serve: Implications for Strength, Speed, Power, and Flexibility Training.
  5. The Use of Specialized Training Techniques to MaximizeMuscle Hypertrophy.

About the Author

Dr. Jeff Chandler
Dr. Jeff Chandler is the Editor in Chief of Strength and Conditioning Journal. He is Professor and Department Head for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at Jacksonville State University. He also serves as editor for two other NSCA journals, Performance Training Journal and Tactical Strength and Conditioning Report.