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Title: Comparison of Shock Transmission and Forearm Electromyography between Experienced and Recreational Tennis Players during Backhand Strokes
Authors: Wei, S. H.;Chiang, Jinn-Yen;Shiang, T. Y.;Chang, H. Y.
Contributors: 體育學系
Date: 2006-03
Issue Date: 2012-12-10T02:47:15Z
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
Abstract: To test the hypothesis that recreational tennis players transmit more shock impact from the racket to the elbow joint than experienced tennis players during the backhand stroke. Also, to test whether recreational tennis players used higher electromyographic (EMG) activities in common wrist extensor and flexor around epicondylar region at follow-through phase.
Relation: Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 16(2): 129-135
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