Off-season training habits and preseason functional test measures of Division III collegiate athletes: A descriptive report
Heiderscheit, Bryan C.
Manske, Robert C.
Niemuth, Paul E.
Rauh, Mitchell J.
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Brumitt, J., Heiderscheit, B.C., Manske, R.C., Niemuth, P.E., & Rauh, M.J. (2014). Off-season training habits and preseason functional test measures of Division III collegiate athletes: A descriptive report. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 9(4), 447-455.
Division III (D III) collegiate coaches are challenged to assess athletic readiness and condition their athletes during the preseason. However, there are few reports on off-season training habits and normative data of functional assessment tests among D III athletes. The purpose of this study was to examine off-season training habits of D III athletes and their relationships to the standing long jump (SLJ) and single-leg hop (SLH) tests.
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- Robert Manske