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Possible strength deficits in shoulder rotation for hypermobile swimmers

10:54:56 07.07.2017 posted by admin at 10:54:56 07.07.2017
Generalised Joint Hypermobility (GJH) is considered an intrinsic risk factor for shoulder injuries and has a high prevalence in swimmers.
The aim of a study by Behnam Liaghat, Aki Salo and Birgit Juul-Kristensen (abstract) was to investigate the influence of GJH on shoulder muscle strength, muscle activity and muscle fatigue during shoulder rotation movement simulating swimming strokes.
Behnam Liaghat won the 2017 Scientific Poster Competition for "Possible strength deficits in shoulder rotation for hypermobile swimmers".
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