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James E. Graves: Jospt. Volume 15. Number 1. Januarv 1992

Companson of Two Restraint Systems for Pelvic Stabilization during Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength Testing

Thomas R. Highiand: Spine. Volume 17. Number 6s. June. 1992 Supplement

Changes in Isomethc Strength and Range of Motion of the Isolated Cervical Spine After Eight Weeks of Clinical Rehabilitation

Brian W. Nelson: Arch Phvs Med Rehabil. Volume 80. January 1999

Can Spinal Surgery Be Prevented by Aggressive Strengthening Exercises ? A Prospective Study of Cervical and Lumbar Patients

M. L. Pollock: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 1992

Effects of Isolated Lumbar Extension Resistance Training on Bone Mineral Density of the Elderly

Vert Mooney; Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. Volume 5. Number 3.1995

The Effect of Workplace Based Strengthening on Low Back Injury Rates: A Case Study in the Strip Mining Industry

Sherry V. Risch; Spine. Volume 18. Number 2. February 1993

Lumbar Strengthening in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients

James E. Graves; Arch Phys Med Rehabil. Volume 75. Februarv 1994

Pelvic Stabilization During Resistance Training : Its Effect on the Development of Lumbar Extension Strength

Hans-Joachim Wilke; Spine. Volume 24. Number 8. April 15.1999

New In Vivo Measurements ofPressures in the Intervertebral Disc in Daily Life

Bryon Holmes; Journal of Spinal Disorders. Volume 9. Number 1.1996

Comparison of Female Geriatrie Lumbar-Extension Strength: Asymptomatic Versus Chronic Low Back Pain Patients and Their Response to Active Rehabilitation

Brian W. Nelson: Orthopedics. October 1995. Vol. 18. No. 10

The Clinical Effects of Intensive Specific Exercise on Chronic Low Back Pain: A Controlled Study of 895 Consecutive Patients with 1-YearFollow Up

David M. Carpenter: Phvsical Therapie. Volume 71. Number 8. August 1991

Effect of 12 and 20 Weeks o f Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Torque Production

Jacqueline T. Tucci: Spine. Volume 17. Number 12. December 1992

Effect ofReduced Frequency of Training and Detraining on Lumbar Extension Strength

Michael L. Pollock: The American Journal of Sports Medicine. Volume 17. Number 5 1989

Effect of Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Strength

David B. Starkev: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.1996

Effect of Resistance Training Volume on Strength and Muscte Thickness

James E. Graves: Spine. Volume 15. Number 6. June 1990

Effect of Training Frequency and Specificity on Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength

Michael L. Pollock: Arch Phys Med Rehabil. Volume 74. October 1993

Frequency and Volume of Resistance Training: Effect on Cervical Extension Strength

Maria A. Fiatarone: Jama. June 13.1990. Volume 263. No. 22

High-Intensity Strength Training in Nonagenarians

James E. Graves: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.1992

Limited Range-of-Motion Lumbar Extension Strength Training

Scott H. Leggett: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 1994. 8 (1). 2-27

Physiological Evaluation of Professional Water-Skiers

Scott H. Leggett: The American Journal of Sports Medicine. Volume 19. Number 6

Quantitative Assessment and Training of Isometric Cervical Extension Strength

Scott H. Leggett: Center for Exercise Science. Universitv of FL. Gainesville

Quantitative Assessment ofFull Range-of-Motion Cervical Extension Strength

James E. Graves: Spine. Volume 15. Number 4. April 1990

Quantitative Assessment ofFull Range-of-Motion Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength




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