The adaptation to standing long jump distance in parkour is performed by the modulation of specific variables prior and during take-off

@article{Grosprtre2018TheAT,
  title={The adaptation to standing long jump distance in parkour is performed by the modulation of specific variables prior and during take-off},
  author={S. Grospr{\^e}tre and P. Ufland and Daniel Jecker},
  journal={Movement & Sport Sciences},
  year={2018},
  pages={27-37}
}
The present study aimed at investigating different variables that can be manipulated prior to and during take-off, to execute a specific standing long jump (SLJ) distance, according to jump expertise in parkour practitioners (= traceurs). Fourteen healthy young traceurs were included and separated into two groups: beginners (BEG) and experts (EXP). Firstly, classical vertical jump battery was used to characterize participants arm use and leg efficiency. Secondly, standing long jump (SLJ… Expand
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