Eric Kuklinski

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Methods After a day of dietary control and caffeine abstinence, otherwise-fasted participants performed four separate, strict squat jumps (SJ) under both conditions 48 – 96 hours apart. The variables measured included peak power (POW), peak force (FOR), peak velocity (VEL), maximal displacement (DSP), and maximal rate of force development (RFD) in the SJ(More)
Results Early results suggest a significant increase in FOR (Redline 329.6 ± 108.8 N vs. PLB 322.9 ± 107.1 N [p= 0.015]); POW (Redline 468 ± 177 W vs. PLB 446 ± 175 W[p= 0.001]); and VEL (Redline 1.82 ± 0.18 m/s vs. PLB 1.76 ± 0.19 m/s [p=0.0035]); and a trend in the data (p<0.10) for DSP (Redline 0.92 ± 0.08 m vs. PLB 0.90 ± .10 m [p= .0665]); and RFD(More)
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