Grip strength is associated with marksmanship and defensive tactics, but not injuries, in police recruits
Rob Orr, Bond UniversityFollow
M. Stierli, New South Wales Police Force
B. Hinton, New South Wales Police ForceFollow
Michael Steele, Bond UniversityFollow
Published versionOrr R.M., Stierli, M., Hinton, B., & Steele, M. (2013). Grip strength is associated with marksmanship and defensive tactics, but not injuries, in police recruits. Paper presented at the Australian Physiotherapy Conference (APA) 2013. 17-20 October, 2013. Melbourne: Australia.Access the conference website.© Copyright R.M.Orr, M. Stierli, B.Hinton & M.Steele, 2013
Since October 22, 2013
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