Relationships Among measurements of explosive strength and anaerobic power

@inproceedings{Ayalon1974RelationshipsAM,
  title={Relationships Among measurements of explosive strength and anaerobic power},
  author={Ari Ayalon and Omri Inbar and O. Bar-or},
  year={1974}
}
Traditionally, the term “explosive strength” (or explosive power) has been used to define the type of activity that requires a relatively short, all-out muscular effort. This type of strength has been related to the mechanical concept of power, that is, to the time rate of work performance. For example, it was assumed for years that the vertical jump was a measurement of explosive strength. Adamson and Whitney (1971) and Barlow (1970) contend that the vertical jump is not a measure of human… CONTINUE READING

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