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Key study  Andersen LL et al 2016. Validity and reliability of elastic resistance bands for measuring shoulder muscle strength. Scand J Med Sci Sports. May 17. (Ahead of print)
Key study  Page P et al. 2017. A comparison of resistive torque generated by elastic resistance and isotonic resistance (Abstract) J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 47(1):A203
Key study  Rogers ME, et al. 2015. Met-levels For Upper- And Lower-body Elastic Resistance Exercise (Abstract) Med Sci Sports Exerc 47(5S):927-28
Key study  Tyler T et al. 2015. Usability, outcomes, and compliance of the Theraband CLX resistance band for home exercise during physical therapy (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p.9
Andersen L 2015. Validity and reliability of TheraBand CLX to measure muscle strength (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p. 6
Colado J 2015. Effects of a short-term resistance program with elastic bands vs. weight devices on fat free mass and maximal voluntary strength of upper extremities in well-trained young men (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p.12
Collins et al. 2017. A consecutive loop elastic band placed around the distal end of the thighs during an overhead barbell squat increases medial knee collapse (Abstract). Med Sci Sports Exerc. 49(5S):391
Ellenbecker T, et al. 2014. A Descriptive Analysis of Muscle Activation during an Isometric Scapular Retraction Exercise with Elastic Resistance Proceedings of the 16th TRAC meeting. Park City Utah. August 6-8, 2014. p. 6
Forman DA, et al. 2016. Theraband CLX Increases Medial Knee Collapse during an Overhead Barbell Squat (Abstract) J Performance Health 1(1):11
Forman J et al. 2015. Effects of Deep Stripping Massage Combined with Eccentric Resistance on Quadriceps Pain Threshold, Peak Torque Angle, Strength and Flexibility in University Recreational Athletes (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p.10
Greenstein J et al. 2015. TheraBand-Based Home Exercise for Low Back Pain Secondary Prevention (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p.11
Hoogenboom B 2015. Two-Dimensional Video Analysis of the Effects TheraBand CLX Neuromuscular Exercises on the Overhead Deep Squat: A Pilot Study (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p. 8
Hoogenboom B, et al. 2016. Two-Dimensional Video Analysis of the Effects TheraBand® CLX Neuromuscular Exercises on the Overhead Deep Squat (Abstract). J Performance Health 1(1):12-13
Hoogenboom BJ, Voight ML 2015. Rolling Revisited: Using Rolling to Assess and Treat Neuromuscular Control and Coordination of the Core and Extremities of Athletes Int J Sports Phys Ther 10(6):787-802
Lorenz DS 2014. Variable resistance training using elastic bands to enhance lower extremity strengthening. Int J Sports Phys Ther. May;9(3):410-4.
Maloney P et al. 2016. Mean and peak torque of elastic resistance bands. (Abstract). Poster Presentation at National Strength and Conditioning Association Annual Conference New Orleans, LA. July 9, 2016
Nyland et al. 2016. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, rehabilitation, and return to play: 2015 update. Open Access J Sports Med. 7:21-32
Page P 2016. Can I assess strength with elastic bands? J Performance Health 1(1):26-31
Page P 2016. Introducing the Bandcizer: bringing high tech to low tech rehab J Performance Health 1(1):32-34
Rogers et al. 2017. Effects of elastic resistance band exercise on older women with nonspecific chronic low back pain.(Abstract). Med Sci Sports Exerc. 49(5S):33-34.
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