The effects of land vs. aquatic plyometrics on power, torque, velocity, and muscle soreness in women.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to compare changes in performance indicators (power, torque, and velocity) and muscle soreness between plyometric training on land and in water. Thirty-two college age women were randomly assigned to 8 weeks of an identical plyometric training program on land or in an aquatic setting. Performance indicators were assessed… (More)

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