Maximum lower-body strength as a predictor of ankle proprioception in surfers
The scoring criteria dictates that a combination of major manoeuvres must be performed with speed, power and flow to maximise performance outcomes. Accordingly, it is purported that competitive surfing requires significant lower-body strength as well as precision to perform and link skilful manoeuvres together. The purpose of this study was to determine if lower-body strength was a significant predictor of proprioceptive ability in surfers.
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|Subjects:||prognosis proprioceptive joint foot maximal strength leg movement precision technique movement co-ordination surfing|
|Notations:||technical sports biological and medical sciences|
|Published in:||Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning|