Isokinetic Exercise and Assessment
Isokinetic Exercise and Assessment not only presents a scientific basis for the use of isokinetics, it also provides practical guidelines for applying isokinetics in clinical practice. This approach, plus the book's extensive normative value tables, makes it a suitable textbook and reference for students and practitioners of athletic training, physiotherapy, rehabilitation medicine, and strength training.
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THEORY OF ISOKINETICS
Principles of Isokinetic Testing and Exercise
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