Schilling, J. F.; Murphy, J. C.
October 2013
SportEX Dynamics;Oct2013, Issue 38, p4
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Effect of Core Strength and Endurance Training on Performance in College Students: Randomized Pilot Study" by Schilling JF and Murphy JC is presented.


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