2 edition of effects of specificity in plyometric training for the discus throw. found in the catalog.
effects of specificity in plyometric training for the discus throw.
Scott E. Calder
by Microform Publications, College of Human Development and Performance, University of Oregon in Eugene
Written in English
Thesis [M.S.] University of Kansas, 1984.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiche (169fr)|
|Number of Pages||169|
The Rules And Regulations Every Discus Thrower Should Be Aware Of A better way to throw the discus track field news practical practice planning for throwers starting a new track field throwing program and season preparation adapting training plans for the prep discus thrower track. Whats people lookup in this blog: Discus Throw Training Program Pdf. Plyometric exercises of differing intensities can significantly increase high jump performance as they influence explosive power and other kinematic variables. For example, Ghareb () tested two groups in a week plyometric training program, where one group trained at a fixed intensity and the other trained at varying intensities.
Depending on the size of the throwing cage 3 to 4 athletes can throw safely at any one time. For adolescent athletes, keep the weight of the D-ball to around 1kg – kg, and no more than 2kg for senior athletes. As a rule of thumb stick to the same weight of discus the athlete would throw . Plyometric training improves power and swimming performance compared to no additional training in intermediate adolescent swimmers. What we don't know At the surface, it seems plyometrics provide.
Complex training involves combining biomechanically-similar traditional heavy strength training and plyometric/ballistic training methods in an attempt to transfer strength into power. The max contraction could enhance power and training effect via PAP, or it could induce fatigue. Racquet, or Golf Swings, Discus Throw Eccentric Ab Wheel. Effects of Strength Training on Motor Performance Skills In contrast only little is known about the effect of resistance training on youth sports performance, due to a small number of conducted studies in that field (4,8,10,32,35). This situation .
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Get this from a library. The effects of specificity in plyometric training for the discus throw. [Scott E Calder]. SPECIFICITY IN PLYOMETRIC TRAINING FOR THE DISCUS THROW.
Scott E. Calder. Carole J. Zebas Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation University of Kansas Lawrence, KS Methods of artificially manipulating the athlete's body into n ideal technique for competition in the discus event in track nd field has not been.
plyometric training is a series of explosive body weight resistance exercises using the stretch-shortening cycle of the muscle fiber to enhance physical capacities such as speed, strength, and physiologic measures translate to improved performance in many sports, including court-based sports, field sports, and water sports.
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Kontou et al. (Kontou et al., ) though reported significant improvement in ball throwing distance in plyometric group that performed plyometric push-ups just before testing the outcome variable, the effect size was found to be negligible since throwers with greater training experience benefitted more after doing plyometric push-ups than throwers having low experience and possessing lesser muscular strength.
Also, in players with fewer years of training experience. Plyometric training is a series of explosive bodyweight resistance exercises using the stretch-shortening cycle of the muscle fiber to enhance physical capacities, such as speed, strength, and power.
These physiological measures translate to improved performance in many sports, including court-based sports, field sports, and water sports. Effects of two plyometric training programmes of different intensity on vertical jump performance in high school athletes.
Serb J Sports Sci. ; – [Google Scholar] Santos EJ, Janeira MA. The effects of plyometric training followed by detraining and reduced training periods on explosive strength in adolescent male basketball players. Title: Effect of Selected Plyometric Exercises on Explosive Strength, Speed and Agility Author: Dr.
Mantu Baro, Ainu Sonowal Subject "Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of selected plyometric exercise on Explosive strength, Speed and Agility.
20 male students of Bachelor of Physical Education of Dibrugarh University aged 19 to 25 years. The aim of the present study was to compare the effect of plyometric and specific sprint training, matched for total volume, on the anaerobic fitness of young basketball players.
Plyometric Training Improves Sprinting, Jumping and Throwing Capacities of High Level Female Volleyball Players Better Than Skill-Based Conditioning. “Throwing Smarter, Throwing Farther” is a turbocharged approach to learning and coaching elite discus technique.
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Makey Makey is an invention kit for everyone, is an electronic invention tool and toy that allows users to connect everyday objects to computer programs. The aim of this study was twofold. Firstly the purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 8-week plyometric training program on tennis specific agility.
Data concerning type of intervention, gender, age, and competitive levels, volume of training sessions based on number of jumps per single session, types of plyometric exercises, training program duration in weeks, weekly frequency of training, rest interval between repetitions, rest interval between sets, and overall training volume were.
Plyometric uses resistance training to develop explosive muscular power. This power is used in situations where the muscles need to length when placed under a weight load and then contract rapidly. For netball, examples of these types of actions include jumping for a rebound or throwing a. The aim of this study was to determine the precise effect of plyometric training (PT) on vertical jump height in healthy individuals.
Meta‐analyses of randomised and non‐randomised controlled trials that evaluated the effect of PT on four typical vertical jump height tests were carried out: squat jump (SJ); countermovement jump (CMJ).
This study investigated the effects of two plyometric training protocols on sprint and change of direction (COD) performance in elite hockey players. A parallel-group randomized controlled trial design was used and seventeen elite male and female field hockey players were randomly allocated into either low-to-high (L-H, n = 8) or high-to-low (H-L, n = 9) training groups.
Different training methods. Specific training methods are used to bring about specific outcomes and even the timing and order of when to use each training method can be. The hypothesis of this study was that the combinatory effects of plyometric and strength training would result in significantly greater improvements in motor perform-ance skills.
THE METHOD Two groups (a strength training group and combined plyometric and strength training group) were selected for this purpose. Nobuaki Tottori, Satoshi Fujita, Effects of Plyometric Training on Sprint Running Performance in Boys Aged 9–12 Years, Sports, /sports, 7, 10, (), ().
Crossref Vol Issue. This study aimed to evaluate effects of week plyometric- and volleyball-skill-based training on specific conditioning abilities in female volleyball players. The sample included 41 high-level female volleyball players ( ± years of age; ± cm; ± kg), who participated in plyometric- (n = 21), or skill-based.
Effects of plyometric training in untrained youth primarily follow the principle of training specificity. Despite the fact that only 6 out of 75 comparative studies investigated resistance or plyometric training in trained individuals, positive effects were reported in all 6 studies (e.g., maximum strength and vertical jump height, respectively).The Plyometric Workout should follow the Legs Workout with at least a full day of recovery in-between.
Since plyometric work includes jumping exercises, doing these two workouts without a day of rest can lead to overtraining of the legs, soreness and injury. The Plyometric Workout will combine straight sets and circuit training.