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Hüseyin Hüsrev Turnagöl

attenuation were removed from the DXA measurement room. All scans and analyses were performed by the same trained and experienced staff. Briefly, after removing the shoes the athlete’s body was centered using a centre line on the scanner table as a reference to align the subject. Subjects’ hands were turned on sides with thumbs up, palms facing legs and arms were alongside the subject’s body so that they were in a midprone position with a standardized gap (1 cm) between the palms and the trunk. Finally, the head was adjusted 3 cm below the horizontal line on the table pad

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Johannes Dirnberger, Hans-Peter Wiesinger, Nicolas Wiemer, Alexander Kösters and Erich Müller

ergometer (Heinz Kettler GmbH and Co. KG, Ense-Parsit, Germany). Immediately thereafter, subjects were asked to take off their shoes and then were seated on the dynamometer chair, with the seat back at an angle of 75° (0° = full hip extension in the lying position) and the proximal part of the calves touching the frontal edge of the seat. In order to minimize extraneous body movements, the shoulders, the chest, the hip and the right femur of the subjects were firmly secured to the chair by means of adjustable straps and belts. In addition, subjects were told to use the