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Force development and snatch pull 20 COMPARISON OF RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT DURING A LIGHT AND MODERATE LOAD SNATCH PULL

@inproceedings{Wicki2014ForceDA,
  title={Force development and snatch pull 20 COMPARISON OF RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT DURING A LIGHT AND MODERATE LOAD SNATCH PULL},
  author={B. Wicki and Justin Culici and Nicholas DeMarco and M. Moran and Jason Miller},
  year={2014}
}
Wicki BM, Culici JN, DeMarco NT, Moran MF, Miller JD. Comparison of Rate of Force Development During a Light and Moderate Load Snatch Pull. Journal of Undergraduate Kinesiology Research 2014; (9)2:20-30. Purpose: Rate of force development is an integral factor, which may influence performance in the snatch lift. The first two phases of this lift are referred to as the snatch pull. Conventional training prescription suggests that performing the snatch pull at 30% maximal effort results in an… Expand

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