ACL Series: Risk Factors

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Over the past few years much of the research, including a recent review (Bien, 2011) named the several biomechanical/neuromuscular risk factors for non-contact ACL injury, as well as the most effective programming implementations for prevention. Here are the area’s we focus on in our program model: Hip and Knee Pathomechanics Hamstring Activation and Strength Deficits

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Plyometrics & Jump Training eBook Table of Contents

Jumping and Landing Overview Part 1: Stationary, Dynamic Movement Part 2: Box Jumps, Force Production Part 3: Jumping Over Cones, Hurdles Part 4: Jump Turns Elasticity Overview Part 1: Stationary Double Jumps Part 2: Box Jumps, Force Production with Double Jumps Part 3: Linear and Lateral Double Jumps Over Cones, Hurdles Part 4: Jump Turns

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