Reduced hip extension muscle strength led to greater risk of lateral ankle sprain in soccer players

Recently published results showed male youth soccer players with reduced hip extension muscle strength were at a greater risk for lateral ankle sprains.

Researchers collected anthropometric characteristics of 133 male youth soccer players and assessed hip muscle strength using a handheld dynamometer. During three consecutive seasons, the team medical staff recorded players’ injuries.

Source : Healio

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