Squat jump training at maximal power loads vs. heavy loads: effect on sprint ability.

@article{Harris2008SquatJT,
  title={Squat jump training at maximal power loads vs. heavy loads: effect on sprint ability.},
  author={Nigel K. Harris and John B Cronin and Will G Hopkins and Keir T Hansen},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={1742-9}
}
Training at a load maximizing power output (Pmax) is an intuitively appealing strategy for enhancement of performance that has received little research attention. In this study we identified each subject's Pmax for an isoinertial resistance training exercise used for testing and training, and then we related the changes in strength to changes in sprint performance. The subjects were 18 well-trained rugby league players randomized to two equal-volume training groups for a 7-week period of squat… CONTINUE READING

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