Designing a warm-up protocol for elite bob-skeleton athletes.

  title={Designing a warm-up protocol for elite bob-skeleton athletes.},
  author={Christian C. Cook and Danny Holdcroft and Scott Drawer and Liam P Kilduff},
  journal={International journal of sports physiology and performance},
  volume={8 2},
PURPOSE To investigate how different warm-ups influenced subsequent sled-pull sprint performance in Olympic-level bob-skeleton athletes as part of their preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics. METHODS Three female and 3 male athletes performed 5 different randomized warm-ups of differing intensities, durations, and timing relative to subsequent testing, each 2 days apart, all repeated twice. After warm-ups, testing on a sled-pull sprint over 20 m, 3 repeats 3 min apart, took place… CONTINUE READING
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