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Key study  Aboodarda et al. 2016. Muscle activation comparisons between elastic and isoinertial resistance: A meta-analysis. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 39:52-61.
Key study  Aboodarda et al. 2013. Resultant muscle torque and electromyographic activity during high intensity elastic resistance and free weight exercises European Journal of Sport Science 155-63
Key study  Aboodarda SJ et al. 2011. Electromyographic activity and applied load during high intensity elastic resistance and nautilus machine exercises. J Human Kinetics 30(1). Available online at
Key study  Andersen LL et al. 2010. Muscle activation and perceived loading during rehabilitation exercises: comparison of dumbbells and elastic resistance Physical Therapy 90(4). 538-549.
Key study  Biscarini A. 2012. Determination and optimization of joint torques and joint reaction forces in therapeutic exercises with elastic resistance. Med Eng Phys. Jan;34(1):9-16. doi: 10.1016/j.medengphy.2011.06.011.
Key study  Brandt et al. 2013. Perceived loading and muscle activity during hip strengthening exercises: comparison of elastic resistance and machine exercises. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 8(6):811-9.
Key study  Calatayud J et al. 2015. Bench press and push-up at comparable levels of muscle activity results in similar strength gain. J Strength Cond Res 29(1):246-253
Key study  Calatayud J et al. 2014. Muscle Activity Levels in Upper-Body Push Exercises With Different Loads and Stability Conditions. Phys Sports Med. 42(4):106-119.
Key study  Hughes CJ et al. 2005. The Use of Surface Electromyography to Determine Muscle Activation during Isotonic and Elastic Resistance Exercises for Shoulder Rehabilitation Orthopaedic Practice 17(2):18-22
Key study  Hughes CJ, et al 1999. Resistance properties of Thera-Band® tubing during shoulder abduction exercise J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 29(7):413-420.
Key study  Iversen et al. 2017. Multiple-joint exercises using elastic resistance bands vs. conventional resistance-training equipment: A cross-over study. Eur Journal of Sport Sci. 17(7):973-82.
Key study  Iversen VM et al 2018. Resistance training vs general physical exercise in multidisciplinary rehabilitation of chronic neck pain: A randomized controlled trial. J Rehabil Med. 50(8):743-750.
Key study  Jakobsen M, et al. 2014. Effectiveness of hamstring knee rehabilitation exercise performed in training machine vs. elastic resistance: electromyography evaluation study Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 93(4):320-7
Key study  Jakobsen MD, et al 2012. Muscle activity during knee extension strengthening exercise performed with elastic tubing and isotonic resistance Int J Sports Phys Ther 7(6):606-616
Key study  Jakobsen MD, et al. 2013. Muscle activity during leg strengthening exercise using free weights and elastic resistance: effects of ballistic vs controlled contractions. Hum Mov Sci. Feb;32(1):65-78.
Key study  Lima FF et al 2018. Resistance Training using Low Cost Elastic Tubing is Equally Effective to Conventional Weight Machines in Middle-Aged to Older Healthy Adults: A Quasi-Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. J Sports Sci Med 17:153-160
Key study  Melchiorri G, Rainoldi A 2011. Muscle fatigue induced by two different resistances: Elastic tubing versus weight machines. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 21(6):954-9.
Key study  Ramos E et al. 2014. The effects of elastic tubing-based resistance training compared with conventional resistance training in patients with moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a randomized clinical trial. Clin Rehabil 28(11):1096-106
Key study  Serner A, et al. 2014. EMG evaluation of hip adduction exercises for soccer players: implications for exercise selection in prevention and treatment of groin injuries. Br J Sports Med. 48(14):1108-14
Key study  Sundstrup E et al. 2014. Evaluation of elastic bands for lower extremity resistance training in adults with and without musculo-skeletal pain. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 24(5):e353-9.
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