Effects Hip-Strengthening on Mechanics During Running and During a Single-Leg Squat
The Effect of a Hip-Strengthening Program on Mechanics During Running and During a Single-Leg SquatJournal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy; 2011; 41: 625-632
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20 female participants with excessive hip adduction during running were randomized to either a training group (strength training) or a control group (no intervention but maintained current running distance). The results of 6 week follow-up indicated that the training group displayed significant increases in hip abductor and external rotation strength in comparison to control. However, it was also ...
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