volume 22, issue 4, P379-386 2012
DOI: 10.5103/kjsb.2012.22.4.379
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Abstract: ABSTRACTThe aim of this study was to investigate and identify the differences in lower extremity energy dissipation strategies between drop-landing and countermovement-jump maneuvers. Fourteen recreational athletes(Age : 23.3±2.1 years, Height : 172.3±4.0 cm, Weight : 69.2±4.7 kg) were recruited and instructed to perform drop-landing from 45 cm height and countermovement-jump from 45 cm to 20 cm height. The landing phase was taken as the time between initial contact and peak knee flexion. A motion-capture sys…

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