Single-joint isometric rate of torque development is not related to counter-movement jump performance in soccer players

Eurico N. Wilhelm*, Regis Radaelli, Bruna G.C. Da Silva, Cíntia E. Botton, Rafael Barbosa, Martim Bottaro, Lee E. Brown, Ronei S. Pinto

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