A Randomized Controlled Trial to Prevent Noncontact Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury in Female Collegiate Soccer Players- Am. J. Sports Med. 2008; 36; 1476
Thanks Tracy Fober for bringing this to my attention. 70 hr. work weeks are turning my brain to mush.
This knee ACL prevention program dropped female collegiate soccer injury rates an overall 41%, and non contact injuries 70%. Very impressive. The program is free online at:
I found it interesting that the study used the replacement exercises to "alleviate boredom". Take a look at both protocols, and see if you came to the same conclusion I did.