Weightlifting Exercises Enhance Athletic Performance That Requires High‐Load Speed Strength

@article{Hori2005WeightliftingEE,
  title={Weightlifting Exercises Enhance Athletic Performance That Requires High‐Load Speed Strength},
  author={Naruhiro Hori and Robert Usher Newton and Kazunori Nosaka and Michael H. Stone},
  journal={Strength and Conditioning Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={27},
  pages={50–55}
}
summary Weightlifting exercises can be effective for enhancing athletic performance. This article provides a biomechanical and physiological discussion as to why weightlifting exercises are useful to improve athletic performance and how they may be integrated into a training program. 

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