BioMed Research International / 2014 / Article / Fig 2

Clinical Study

The Effects of High-Intensity versus Low-Intensity Resistance Training on Leg Extensor Power and Recovery of Knee Function after ACL-Reconstruction

Figure 2

Changes in leg extensor muscle power from pre- to postsurgery. Results in muscle power are presented as least square mean ratios, that is, ACL limb normalized to the presurgery value for the healthy limb multiplied by 100 and SE. There were significant between-group differences at 14 weeks ( ) and at 20 weeks ( ) after surgery.

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