Task specific corticospinal adaptations following ballistic strength training

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GRUBER, Markus, Wolfgang TAUBE, Albert GOLLHOFER, Sandra BECK, Florian AMTAGE, Michael FAIST, Martin SCHUBERT, 2006. Task specific corticospinal adaptations following ballistic strength training. 5th International Conference on Strength Training. In: AAGAARD, Per, ed. and others. Strength training for sport, health, aging and rehabilitation, abstracts : 5th International Conference on Strength Training. 5th International Conference on Strength Training. Odense:University of Southern Denmark, pp. 106-107

@inproceedings{Gruber2006speci-21151, title={Task specific corticospinal adaptations following ballistic strength training}, year={2006}, address={Odense}, publisher={University of Southern Denmark}, booktitle={Strength training for sport, health, aging and rehabilitation, abstracts : 5th International Conference on Strength Training}, pages={106--107}, editor={Aagaard, Per}, author={Gruber, Markus and Taube, Wolfgang and Gollhofer, Albert and Beck, Sandra and Amtage, Florian and Faist, Michael and Schubert, Martin} }

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