1) Resistance Training to Momentary Muscular Failure Improves Cardiovascular Fitness in Humans: A Review of Acute Physiological Responses and Chronic Physiological Adaptations James Steele1, James Fisher1, Doug McGuff2, Stewart Bruce-Low1, Dave Smith3 1Sport Science Laboratory/Centre for Health, Exercise & Sport Science/Southampton Solent University, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2Oconee Medical Centre, Seneca, SC, United States of America, 3Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom

1a) Does Strength Promoting Exercise Confer Unique Health Benefits? A Pooled Analysis of Eleven Population Cohorts With All-Cause, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Mortality Endpoints   Emmanuel Stamatakis I-Min Lee Jason Bennie Jonathan Freeston Mark HamerGary O’Donovan Ding Ding Adrian Bauman Yorgi Mavros

2) One Lumbar Extension Training Session per Week Is Sufficient for Strength Gains and Reductions in Pain in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain Ergonomics Stewart Bruce-Low, Dave Smith, Scott Burnet, James Fisher, Gary Bissell, and Leonie Webster

3) Effects of High-Intensity Resistance Training on Untrained Older Men. I. Strength, Cardiovascular, and Metabolic Responses  Fredrick C. Hagerman, Seamus J. Walsh ,Robert S. Staron, Robert S. Hikida, Roger M. Gilders,Thomas F. Murray,Kumika Toma, Kerry E. Ragg Journal of Gerontology

4) Resistance exercise reverses aging in human skeletal muscle Melov S, Tarnopolsky MA, Beckman K, Felkey K, Hubbard A Buck Institute for Age Research, Novato, California, United States of America.

5) Once-weekly resistance exercise improves muscle strength and neuromuscular performance in older adults Taaffe DR, Duret C, Wheeler S, Marcus R JAm Geriatr Soc.1999 Oct;47(10):1208-14

6) A comparison of once versus twice per week training on leg press strength in women Burt J., Wilson R., Willardson J. M. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2007 March;47(1):13-7pp

7) Strength Training. Single vs. Multiple Sets Carpinelli RN, Otto RM.Sports Med. 1998 Aug;26(2):73-84

8) Alterations in strength and maximal oxygen uptake consequent to Nautilus circuit weight training Stephen P. Messier and Mary Elizabeth Dill, Wake
Forest UniversityResearch Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 56: 345-351, 1985.

9) Very intense exercise-training is extremely potent and time efficient: a reminder Edward F. Coyle Journal of Applied Physiology

10) Muscle hypertrophy with large-scale weight loss and resistance training JE Donnelly, T Sharp, J Houmard, MG Carlson, JO Hill, JE Whatley and RG Israel American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol 58, 561-565, Copyright © 1993 by The American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Inc.

11)  Alterations in IGF-I affect elderly : role of physical activity  Sagiv Moran, Yamin Chen, Amir Ruthie, Yenon Nir EUR REV AGING PHYS ACT

12) The Clinical Effects of Intensive, Specific Exercise on Chronic Low-Back Pain: A Controlled Study of 895 Consecutive Patients with One Year Follow-Up Brian W. Nelson, MD, Mike Hogan, PT, Elizabeth O’Reilly, RN, Joseph A. Wegner, MD, MPH, Mark Miller, PT, Charles Kelly, MD

13) Evidence-Based Resistance Training Recommendations James Fisher1(A,E,F), James Steele1(E,F), Stewart Bruce-Low1(E,F), Dave Smith2(A,E,F)  1Southampton Solent University, UK 2Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

14) Muscle – In Rehabilitation of the Spine: Science and Practice Michael L. Pollock, PhD, James E. Graves, PhD, David M. Carpenter, MS, Daniel Foster, MS, Scott H. Leggett, MS, Michael N. Fulton, MD Basic Science of Spine-Associated Tissues Nonoperative Spine Care Centers Present New Ancillary Service, Quality Patient Care Tina DiMarcantonio Orthopedics Today

15) Changes in Isometric Strength and Range of Motion of the Isolated Cervical Spine After Eight Weeks of Clinical Rehabilitation Thomas R. Highland, MD, Thomas E. Dreisinger, PhD, Laura L. Vie, BeD, Garth S. Russell, MD Spine

16) Lumbar Strengthening in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients Sherry V. Risch, PhD, Nancy K. Norvell, PhD, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Edward D. Risch, MD, Howard Langer, RPT, Michael Fulton, MD, James E. Graves, PhD, Scott H. Leggett, MS Spine

17) A Preliminary Report on the Effect of Measured Strength Training in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Vert Mooney, Jennifer Gulick, Robert Pozos Journal of Spinal Disorders

18) Comparison of Female Geriatric Lumbar Extension Strength Bryon Holmes, Scott Leggett, Vert Mooney, Jean Nichols, Scott Negri, An Hoeyberghs Journal of Spinal Disorders

19) A Rational Approach to the Treatment of Low Back Pain Brian W. Nelson, MD The Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine

20) Comparison of Two Restraint Systems for Pelvic Stabilization during Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength Testing James E. Graves, PhD, Scott H. Leggett, MS, Cecily K. Fix, MS, Dan N. Foster, MS, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, David M. Carpenter, MS JOSPT

21) Correlation Between the MRI Changes in the Lumbar Multifidus Muscles and Leg Pain DF Kader, D. Wardlaw, FW Smith Clinical Radiology

22) CT Imaging of Trunk Muscles in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients and Healthy Control Subjects Lieven, A. Danneels, Guy G. Vanderstraeten, Dirk C. Cambier, Erik E. Witvrouw, Hugo J. De Cuyper European Spine Journal

23) Effect of Focused Strength Training After Low Back Injury V. Mooney, L. Matheson, D. Holmes, S. Leggett, J. Grant, S. Negri, B. Holmes

24) Differences in Electromyographic Activity in the Multifidus Muscle and the Iliocostalis Lumborum Between Healthy Subjects and Patients with Sub-Acute and Chronic Low Back Pain LA Danneels, PL Coorevits, AM Cools, GG Vanderstraeten, DC Cambier, EE Witvrouw, HJ De Cuyper European Spine Journal

25) Effect of 12 and 20 Weeks of Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Torque Production David M. Carpenter, Dan Foster, James E. Graves, Bryon Holmes, Michael L. Pollock, Michael N. Fulton, Scott H. Geggett Basic Science of Spine-Associated Tissues

26) Effect of Reduced Training Frequency and Detraining on Lumbar Extension Strength
Jacqueline T. Tucci, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, James E. Graves, PhD, Scott H. Leggett, MS Spine

27) Effect of Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Strength Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Scott H. Leggett, MS, James E. Graves, PhD, Arthur Jones, Michael Fulton, MD, Joe Cirulli The American Journal of Sports Medicine

28) Effect of Resistance Training Volume on Strength and Muscle Thickness David B. Starkey, William F. Brechue, Michael L. Pollock, James E. Graves, Yoshi Ishida, Matthew S. Feigenbaum, Michael A. Welsch Medicine & Science in Sports & Medicine

29) Effect of Training Frequency and Specificity on Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength
James E. Graves, PhD, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Dan Foster, BS, Scott H. Leggett, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Rosemaria Vuoso, MS, Arthur Jones Spine

30) Effects of Isolated Lumbar Extension Resistance Training on Bone Mineral Density of the Elderly M.L. Pollock, FACSM, D. Lowenthal, L. Gazarella, M.N. Fulton, J.E. Graves, FACSM, D. Foster, D.M. Carpenter, J. Tucci, S.H. Leggett, R.R. Mananquil American College of Sports Medicine

31) Isometric Torso Rotation Strength Pamela L. DeMichele, MS, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, James E. Graves, PhD, Daniel N. Foster, MS, David Carpenter, MS, Linda Garzarella, MS, William Brechue, PhD, Michael Fulton, MD Arch Phys Med Rehabil

32) Effects of Pelvic Stabilization on Lumbar Muscle Activity During Dynamic Exercise
Jun G. San Juan, James A. Yaggie, Susan Levy, Vert Mooney, Brian Udermann, John M. Mayer Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

33) Effects of Three Different Training Modalities on the Cross Sectional Area of the Lumbar Multifidus LA Danneels, GG Vanderstraeten, DC Cambier, EE Witvrouw, J Bourgois, W. Dankaerts, HJ De Cuyper British Journal of Sports Medicine

34) Electromyographic Analysis of Four Techniques for Isometric Trunk Muscle Exercises Osamu Shirado, MD, Toshikazu Ito, RPT, Kiyoshi Kaneda, MD, Thomas E. Strax, MD Arch Phys Med Rehabil

35) Frequency and Volume of Resistance Training Michael L. Pollock, PhD, James E. Graves, PhD, Marcas M. Bamman, MS, Scott H. Leggett, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Cecily Carr, MS, Joe Cirulli, Jan Matkozich, Michael Fulton, MD Arch Phys Med Rehabil

36) Low Back Strengthening for the Prevention and Treatment of Low Back Pain David M. Carpenter and Brian W. Nelson Medicine & Science in Sports & Medicine

37) Pelvic Stabilization During Resistance Training: Its Effect on the Development of Lumbar Extension Strength
James E. Graves, PhD, Dina C. Webb, MS, PT, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Jan Matkozich, Scott H. Leggett, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Dan N. Foster, MS, Joseph Cirulli
Arch Phys Med Rehabil

38) Philadelphia Panel Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines on Selected Rehabilitation Interventions: Overview Methodology American Physical Therapy Association Physical Therapy

39) Quantitative Assessment and Training of Isometric Cervical Extension Strength
Scott H. Leggett, MS, James E. Graves, PhD, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Michael Shank, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Bryon Holmes, MS, Michael N. Fulton, MD
Medicine & Science in Sports & Medicine

40) Quantitative Assessment of Full Range-of-Motion Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength James E. Graves, PhD, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, David M. Carpenter, MS, Scott H. Leggett, MS, Arthur Jones, Michael MacMillan, MD, Michael N. Fulton, MD Arch Phys Med Rehabil

41) Resistance Exercise and Bone Turnover in Elderly Men and Women Kevin R. Vincent and Randy W. Braith Medicine & Science in Sports & Medicine

42) Specific Spinal Exercise: Three Case Studies Using the MedX Lumbar Extension Machine Brian D. Johnston IART Research

43) Spinal Rehabilitation Part 1 James E. Graves, PhD, Dina C. Webb, MS, PT, Michael L. Pollock, PhD, Jan Matkozich, Scott H. Leggett, MS, David M. Carpenter, MS, Dan N. Foster, MS, Joseph Cirulli

44) Strength Testing Can Identify Malingering Brian D. Johnston
The Journal of Workers Compensation

45) Strength Training Methods and the Work of Arthur Jones Dave Smith and Stewart Bruce-Low Journal of Exercise Physiology

46) The Effect of early Isolated Lumbar Extension Exercise Program for Patients with Herniated Disc Undergoing Lumbar Discectomy Choi G, Raiturker PP, Kim MJ, Jin CD, Chae YS Neurosurgery

47) The Effect of Workplace Based Strengthening on Low Back Injury Rates Vert Mooney, Marvin Kron, Patrick Rummerfield, Bryon Holmes
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation

48) The Role of Measured Resistance Exercises in Adolescent Scoliosis Vert Mooney, MD, Allison Brigham, BS Orthopedics

49) Two-year follow-up of a randomized clinical trial of spinal manipulation and two types of exercise for patients with chronic neck pain Evans R, Bronfort G, Nelson B, Goldsmith CH


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