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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : HE / hip extension

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Long Form:   hip extension
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2019 Age-related differences in flexibility in soccer players 8-19 years old. ADF-KF, ANOVA, HAB, HAD-HF90, HER, HF-KF, KF, ROM
2019 Predictors of pain intensity and Oswestry Disability Index in prolonged standing service workers with nonspecific chronic low back pain subclassified as active extension pattern. AEP, HArS, HERrS, KOSS, LS, NSCLBP, ODI, PATA, PSSWs, ROM, RPE, VAS
2017 Impact of the Nordic hamstring and hip extension exercises on hamstring architecture and morphology: implications for injury prevention. BFlh, NHE
2017 Relative Strength at the Hip, Knee, and Ankle Is Lower Among Younger and Older Females Who Are Obese. DF, HF, KE, KF, PF
2014 Rostral spinal cord segments are sufficient to generate a rhythm for both locomotion and scratching but affect their hip extensor phases differently. HF
2011 Assessment of resistance torque and resultant muscular force during Pilates hip extension exercise and its implications to prescription and progression. WMMA
2011 Gait symmetrical indexes and their relationships to muscle tone, lower extremity function, and postural balance in mild to moderate stroke. AI, AP, HA, KE, SST
2010 Age and gender differences in hip extension and flexion torque steadiness. MVC, TA
2008 Electrically evoked locomotor activity in the turtle spinal cord hemi-enlargement preparation. DLF, EMGs, HF, KE
10  2008 Unilateral balance performance in female collegiate soccer athletes. ADF, LE, SEBT
11  2000 Electrically evoked fictive swimming in the low-spinal immobilized turtle. AM, cDLF, ENGs, FT, HF, IT, KE
12  2000 Measurement of specific movement power application: evaluation of weight lifters. AP, EF, KE, LR, SMP, SQ