Back squat velocity to assess neuromuscular status of rugby league players following a match

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Back squat velocity to assess neuromuscular status of rugby league players following a match

Back squat mean concentric velocity (MV) and countermovement jump (CMJ) performance were examined in sub-elite rugby league players post-match to monitor changes in neuromuscular status (NMS) from baseline. Relationships between changes in back squat MV and CMJ performance variables were used to compare back squat MV to an established method to monitor NMS.

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