Biofeedback and Biomechanics in Athletic Training
When they talk about their personal goals in sports, athletes usually say they would like to do their best, meaning, reach their maximum performance ability. It is a matter of achieving their absolute limit in speed, strength, endurance, beauty, or skill and combining these elements with performance.
KeywordsMotor Unit Resistive Training Resistance Exercise Athletic Performance Kinetic Calculation
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