Effects Of Different Warm-up Protocols On Peak Power Output During A Single Response Jump Task 1127

@inproceedings{Radcliffe1996EffectsOD,
  title={Effects Of Different Warm-up Protocols On Peak Power Output During A Single Response Jump Task 1127},
  author={James C. Radcliffe and J. L. Radcliffe},
  year={1996}
}
The goal of this study was to test the hypothesis that incorporating strength- or power-oriented drills into a standard warm-up routine improves peak power output in a single response jump task. Thirty-five division 1A intercollegiate athletes (24 males and 11 females, age 21.0±0.6 years, heigh 

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