Glute-ham-gastroc raises improve jumping performance in volleyball players

The glute-ham-gastroc raise, or one of its derivatives (i.e., the nordic hamstring curl) are commonly used among sports teams as a means of reducing hamstring injury risk. This is because the hamstrings are frequently injured during bouts of maximal sprinting in training or competition. Therefore, the glute-ham-gastroc raise is most often perceived as an “injury …

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