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Preventing Noncontact ACL Injuries eBook
 


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Incidence of noncontact ACL injuries
While an ACL injury can be a result of direct contact with another player or an object to the lower extremity, it has been reported that approximately 70% of ACL injuries result from situations that do not involve direct contact.
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Individual risk factors for ACL injury
Questions regarding why an individual would adopt a strategy that includes potentially injurious mechanics have largely focused on factors such as muscle strength, motor patterns, and sensory systems.
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Principles of program design: agility training
Agility may be considered one of the primary movement skills needed for successful participation in multidirectional sports and an important component of training programs aimed at reducing risk for injury.
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