BIOLOGY OF EXERCISE 12 (1): 15-22, 2016 Full text (PDF file)
It is time to abandon the myth that eccentric training is best practice
Stasinopoulos Dimitrios (PhD) 1, Peter Malliaras 2
1 Vice-Chairperson / Assistant Professor, Physiotherapy, Coordinator of MSc in Sports Physiotherapy Coordinator of Physiotherapy Program, Director of Cyprus Musculoskeletal and Sports Trauma Research Centre (CYMUSTR EC) Physiotherapy Program, Dep. of Health Sciences, School of Sciences, Nicosia, Cyprus
2 Research Fellow, Musculoskeletal Research Centre, La Trobe University, Australia Visiting Senior Lecturer, Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
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