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Strength: One Component of a Winning Team

, : Strength: One Component of a Winning Team. Physician and Sportsmedicine 9(8): 115-120

The University of Nebraska strength development program features year-round training, free weights, and computerized strength records and has become the model for others in the country.


PMID: 27442176

DOI: 10.1080/00913847.1981.11711142

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