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Can Maximum Repetition Number be Used as an Indicator of Strength Imbalance?
Sang-Won Seo, Sang-hyup Song, Ah-Ram Kim, Ho-Seong Lee
Korean J Sport Sci. 2016;27(4):705-713.   Published online December 31, 2016

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