The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between hamstring injury risk screening test scores and lower limb biomechanical characteristics during sprint, and to select more appropriate screening tests from the perspective of biomechanics. Soccer players(n=18) experienced three kinds of hamstring injury screening tests(Nordic hamstring test, ultrasound test, straight-leg-raising test) and collected kinematics data and dynamics data of the lower extremities during sprint. The result of the Nordic Hamstring Test was significantly positively correlated with the peak force of semimembranosus muscle, semitendinosus muscle and biceps femoris long head during sprint (P
Long, Ting and Li, Hanjun
"THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HAMSTRING INJURY RISK SCREENING TESTS AND LOWER LIMB BIOMECHANICS DURING SPRINT,"
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