Maan Hasan Mahmood, Moatasem Azeez Kahlid Albayati, Ahmed Sadiq Niyazi


composition parameters. For this purpose, 10 healthy athletes participated in our study. The isokinetic strength measurement was carried out with an isokinetic dynamometer in 60os-1 motion angle. Body composition measurement is carried out with a body composition analyzer. When the data were analyzed; significant correlations were not detected between isokinetic and body composition parameters (p>0.05). As a result, it can be said that there is no significant positive or negative correlation some isokinetic strength parameters and body composition in athletes.


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