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Finite element analysis to assess the biomechanical behavior of a finger model gripping handles with different diameters

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Kinematic quantification of straight-punch techniques using the preferred and non-preferred fist in taekwon-do

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Functional assessment of women practising combat sports and team sports using the Functional Movement Screen

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The Parameters of Foam Rolling, Self-Myofascial Release Treatment: A Review of the Literature

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Determination of musculoskeletal system pain, physical activity intensity, and prolonged sitting of university students using smartphone

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Predicting oxygen uptake responses during cycling at varied intensities using an artificial neural network

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The Acute Effect of a Single Exhaustive Sprint Exercise Session on Post-Exercise Fat Oxidation Rate

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Cardio-pulmonary fitness and anthropometric features in men aged 50+ trained in long-distance running and those not trained

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Anaerobic endurance of young untrained male and female subjects

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The prevalence and causes of bodily injuries in martial art kung-fu

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