Potentiation Following Ballistic and Nonballistic Complexes: The Effect of Strength Level.

@article{Suchomel2016PotentiationFB,
  title={Potentiation Following Ballistic and Nonballistic Complexes: The Effect of Strength Level.},
  author={Timothy J Suchomel and Kimitake Sato and Brad H. DeWeese and William P. Ebben and Michael Stone},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2016},
  volume={30 7},
  pages={1825-33}
}
Suchomel, TJ, Sato, K, DeWeese, BH, Ebben, WP, and Stone, MH. Potentiation following ballistic and nonballistic complexes: the effect of strength level. J Strength Cond Res 30(7): 1825-1833, 2016-The purpose of this study was to compare the temporal profile of strong and weak subjects during ballistic and nonballistic potentiation complexes. Eight strong (relative back squat = 2.1 ± 0.1 times body mass) and 8 weak (relative back squat = 1.6 ± 0.2 times body mass) males performed squat jumps… CONTINUE READING
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