Michigan Tech’s Matt Thome discusses the relationship between the theory of dynamic correspondence and injury prevention in athletes. This is a follow up discussion from his article on the topic that can be found here: http://cvasps.com/dynamic-correspondence-as-a-means-of-injury-prevention-a-guest-post-by-matt-thome-of-michigan-tech/
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