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The effects of enhanced eccentric training on improvement of strength by Christopher Follenius.
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Eccentric work and its comparative contribution as a training modality in the development of strength and power by Paul M. Kennedy.
by: Kennedy, Paul M., 1950-
Effects of eccentric and concentric-eccentric contractions on measures of static strength, dynamic strength, and relative muscular endurance
by: Ferris, Blake Franklyn, 1944-
The effect of cryotherapy on concentric and eccentric strength in the quadriceps muscle after sequential exercise bouts by Daniel Huerta Ruiz.
by: Ruiz, Daniel Huerta.
The effects of high and low intensity eccentric exercise on muscle soreness and strength by Roger Louis Scharnhorst.
by: Scharnhorst, Roger Louis, 1961-
Concentric and eccentric strength differences in the lead and back legs of Division I college level fencers by Kevin Michael Casey.
by: Casey, Kevin Michael.
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