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Comparison of Multiple Sets and Progressive Single Set of Resistance Training on Muscle Mass and Strength in Rat
Yoon Aram, Hong Jun-Young, Choi Soon-Mi, Hahn Dong-Woo, Kim Ki-Jeong, Lee Suk-Ho
Exerc Sci. 2015;24(3):267-274.   Published online 2015 August 30    DOI:

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