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Effect of complex and contrast resistance and plyometric training on selected strength and power parameters

  title={Effect of complex and contrast resistance and plyometric training on selected strength and power parameters},
  author={Ganganamoni Rajamohan and Parimala Kanagasabai and Suthakar Krishnaswamy and Annida Balakrishnan},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Sciences},
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a complex training program, a combined practice of weight training and plyometrics, and contrast resistance and plyometric training on selected strength and power parameters in young healthy athletes. Thirty young male athletes, aged 19–21 years old, from the Department Of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Annamalai University were selected as subjects. They were grouped into two with fifteen members of each. Group 1 served with… 

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