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|One||According to Hall (1)||Tissue stretching helps joint flexibility. (1)||
1. Hall S. Basic Biomechanics. 7th ed. New York: McGraw Hill; 2012
|Two||In Chapter 7, Coombes and Skinner (2) explain...||The importance of neuromuscular strength in sports is variable. (2)||
2. Coombes J, Skinner T. ESSA's Student manual for health, exercise and sport assessment. Chatswood (NSW): Elsevier; 2014
|Three -Six||Brown et al. (3) claim that...||Joint flexibility is only partially impacted by heredity. (3)||
3. Brown SP, Miller WC, Eason JM. Exercise physiology: Basis of human movement in health and disease. Baltimore (USA): Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2006
|Seven or more||Enkin et al. (4) caution that...||Pregnant women need social support. (4)||
4. Enkin M, Keirse MJ, Neilson J, Crowther C, Duley L, Hodnett E, et al. A guide to effective care in pregnancy and childbirth. 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2000
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6. Gorber SC. Tremblay MS. Self-report and direct Measures of health: bias and implications. In: Shephard R. Tudor-Locke C. editors. The objective monitoring of physical activity: contributions of accelerometry to epidemiology, exercise science and rehabilitation. Switzerland: Springer; 2016.p.369-376. DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-29577-0_14.
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