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Vol 4, No 4 (2016): Journal of Sport and Human Performance
Table of Contents
Original Research Articles
|Reproducibility of isokinetic maximum strength in the closed chain of the lower extremities, hand and leg bilateral asymmetry|
|Klaus Mattes, Stefanie Manzer, Yahya Kianmarz, Nina Schaffert|
|RELEVANCE OF PERCEIVED EXERTION AND ACCURACY OF SECOND SERVE IN COLLEGIATE MENS TENNIS PLAYERS|
|Yuta Kuroda, Kazuki TAKIZAWA, Masao MIZUNO|
|Acquiring Talent for the Division I Gridiron: NCAA Recruiting Governance, Autonomy, Limitations, and Expansions Related to Football Student-Athletes|
|Joanna Hensley, Kayla Peak|
|How Rugby Moved the Mood of New Zealand|
|Paul J. Bracewell, Timothy S. McNamara, Wynton E. Moore|
|COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN COACHING EDUCATION: THE PARALYMPIC ATHLETE LEVEL OF MOTIVATION COMPARED TO THAT OF TYPICAL NCAA DIVISION ONE ATHLETES|
|Mark David Mann|
|“Relatively” slow and steady wins the race|
|Pascal BALDUCCI, Michel CLEMENCON, Christophe Hautier|
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