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Understanding the adaptations to common hamstring exercises likely provides better evidence upon which to base injury prevention and rehabilitation protocols than the popular surface electromyography and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of activation patterns.1
Approximately 80% of hamstring strain injuries involve lesions within the biceps femoris …
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