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Relative appendicular skeletal muscle mass is associated with isokinetic muscle strength and balance in healthy collegiate men

Body Composition Assessment
Kim SE et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, ASM, ASMI, PBF

Publication Year : 2016

Country : Korea

Journal : Journal of Sports Sciences

There are few studies on the relationship between skeletal muscle mass and balance in the young ages. We investigated the relationship between appendicular skeletal muscle mass, isokinetic muscle strength of lower extremity, and balance among healthy young men using relative skeletal muscle index. Thirty men were grouped according to relative appendicular skeletal muscle mass index: higher skeletal muscle group (n= 15) and lower skeletal muscle group (n= 15). Static and dynamic balance abilities were measured using the following: a …
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