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Original Research

Half-Squat and Jump Squat Exercises Performed Across a Range of Loads: Differences in Mechanical Outputs and Strength Deficits

Loturco, Irineu; McGuigan, Michael R.; Freitas, Tomás T.; More

Original Research

Application of the Ratings of Perceived Exertion-Clamp Model to Examine the Effects of Joint Angle on the Time Course of Torque and Neuromuscular Responses During a Sustained, Isometric Forearm Flexion to Task Failure

Smith, Robert W.; Housh, Terry J.; Anders, John Paul V.; More

Original Research

Prevention of Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Injuries in Tactical and First Responder Populations: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Trials From 1955 to 2020

Sinnott, Aaron M.; Krajewski, Kellen T.; LaGoy, Alice D.; More

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Collagen Gene Polymorphisms Previously Associated with Resistance to Soft-Tissue Injury Are More Common in Competitive Runners Than Nonathletes

Dines, Hannah R.; Nixon, Jennifer; Lockey, Sarah J.; More

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Lower-Body Resistance Training Reduces Interleukin-1β and Transforming Growth Factor-β1 Levels and Fatigue and Increases Physical Performance in Breast Cancer Survivors

Martins, Fernanda Maria; Santagnello, Samarita Beraldo; de Oliveira Junior, Gersiel Nascimento; More