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    To whom it may concern,

    A few week ago I posted a question on the list about comparing static and
    dynamic strength, using iso-inertial force measurements. I received only 1
    reaction but that one was very usefull to me. Greg Wilson informed me about
    some articles he wrote about the subject:

    1. Murphy, A.J., Wilson, G.J. and Pryor, J.F. (1994): The use of the
    isoinertial force mass realtionship inthe prediction of dynamic human
    performance. European Journal of Applied physiology 69(3): 250-257.

    2. Pryor, J.F., Wilson, G.J. and Murphy, A.J. (1994): The effectiveness of
    eccentric, concentric and isometric rate of force development tests. Journal
    of Human Movement Studies. 27: 153-172.

    3. Baker, D., Wilson, G. and Carlyon, B. (1994): Generality versus
    specificity: A comparison of Dynamic and isometric measures f strength and
    speed-strength. European Journal of Applied Physiology 68(4): 350-355.

    Because I believe there is not much research done on the subject I post this
    reaction so everybody, who is interested in the subject, could benefit from
    it.

    Liek Voorbij
    ir. A.I.M. Voorbij (MSc)
    Delft University of Technology
    Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering,
    Dep. Product and Systems Ergonomics
    Jaffalaan 9
    2628 BX Delft, The Netherlands
    phone: +31-15785196
    fax: +31-15787179
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