Effects of different after-loads and knee angles on maximal explosive power of the lower limbs in humans


Maximal explosive power during two-leg jumps was measured on four sedentary subjects [mean age 43.0 (SD 10.3) years, mean height 1.74 (SD 0.04) m, mean body mass 73.5 (SD 1.3) kg] using a sledge apparatus with which both force and speed could be directly measured. Different after-loads were obtained by positioning the sledge at five different angles (SA… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004210000215


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