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Improvement in Dynamic Balance and Core Endurance after a 6-Week Core-Stability-Training Program in High School Track and Field Athletes
Journal of sport rehabilitation
Context: Core training specifically for track and field athletes is vague, and it is not clear how it affects dynamic balance and core-endurance measures. Objective: To determine the effects of a 6-week core-stabilizationtraining program for high school track and field athletes on dynamic balance and core endurance. Design: Test-retest. Setting: High school in north central West Virginia. Participants: Thirteen healthy high school student athletes from 1 track and field team volunteered for thedoi:10.1123/jsr.22.4.264 pmid:23799868 fatcat:y2cqysaconc2va5iujvoxmvwxy