Relationship of jumping and agility performance in female volleyball athletes.

@article{Barnes2007RelationshipOJ,
  title={Relationship of jumping and agility performance in female volleyball athletes.},
  author={Jacque L Barnes and Brian K. Schilling and Michael J Falvo and Lawrence W. Weiss and Andrea K Creasy and Andrew C. Fry},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={1192-6}
}
Court sports often require more frequent changes of direction (COD) than field sports. Most court sports require 180 degrees turns over a small distance, so COD in such sports might be best evaluated with an agility test involving short sprints and sharp turns. The purposes of this study were to (a) quantify vertical and horizontal force during a COD task, (b) identify possible predictors of court-sport-specific agility performance, and (c) examine performance difference between National… CONTINUE READING
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