Reliability of a portable fixed frame dynamometry system used to test lower limb strength in elite Australian Football League players

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Reliability of a portable fixed frame dynamometry system used to test lower limb strength in elite Australian Football League players

Deficits in strength of lower limb musculature have been associated with increased injury risk in a variety of athletic populations. As medical and performance staff seek to better understand the association between hip and knee strength measures and injury risk, measurement tools with high reliability and utility are required to profile and manage athletes effectively. The purpose of this study was to investigate the test-retest reliability of a portable fixed frame dynamometry system used to assess hip and knee strength of an elite Australian Football League team.

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