Effects of eccentric phase velocity of plyometric training on the vertical jump.

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The aim of this study was to compare the effects of plyometric training performed with rapid or slow stretch contraction on jump performance and muscle properties. Thirty males between the ages of 19 and 22 volunteered for the 8-week experiment. Subjects were divided into the following three groups: training group 1 (TG1), training group 2 (TG2), and… (More)

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@article{Toumi2004EffectsOE, title={Effects of eccentric phase velocity of plyometric training on the vertical jump.}, author={Hechmi Toumi and Thomas M. Best and Alain Martin and Slim F'Guyer and Georges Poumarat}, journal={International journal of sports medicine}, year={2004}, volume={25 5}, pages={391-8} }