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The effect of plyometric training on the vertical jump of high school boys" basketball players
Brown, Michael E.
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael E. Brown.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 47 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||47|
lower limb plyometric training program (hurdle and depth jumping) to normal in-season conditioning would enhance measures of competitive potential (peak power output [PP], jump force, jump height, and lower limb muscle volume) in junior soccer players. The subjects (23 men, age 19 ± years, body mass ± kg, height ± m, body fat ± %) were randomly assigned to 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); countermovement jump with the arm swing (CMJA); and Cited by:
The purpose of this investigation was to examine the effects of in-season plyometric training program on power and agility performance in young male basketball players. Twenty intermediate basketball players (age ± years; height ± cm; body mass ± 5 kg) from Division I province team volunteered to participate in this study and were randomly divided into Cited by: As Asadi & Arazi () discovered, a six week plyometric training (twice a week) brings to statistically significant vertical jump height improvement with 23% average at male basketball players.
Plyometric Effects on the Male Basketball Players Metin BAYRAM Physical Education and Sport Science High School, Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen University, Ağrı, TURKEY. Received 14 February, ; Accepted 14 April, This research evaluated the effects of resistance training with upper body plyometric effects on the performance of male File Size: KB. Meylan, C and Malatesta D. Effects of in-season plyometric training within soccer practice on explosive actions of young players. J Strength Cond Res 23(9): , In soccer, explosive actions such as jumping, sprinting, and changes of direction are essential to optimal performance not only in adults, but also in children's games. The purpose of the present investigation was to determine the influence .
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Effect of plyometric training on vertical jump height in high school basketball players: A randomised control trial. Background: Plyometric involve high intensity eccentric contraction immediately after a powerful concentric contraction.
A vertical leap in basketball also involves rapid & repeated muscle contraction & stretching. The plyometric training group reduced time on the ground on the posttest compared to the control group. The results of this study show that plyometric training can be an effective training technique to improve an athlete's by: 1.
J Sports Med Phys Fitness. Mar;26(1) Effect of plyometric training on vertical jump performance in high school basketball by: Effect of Plyometric Training on Running Performance and Vertical Jumping in Prepubertal Boys Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 20(2) June Author: Christos Kotzamanidis.
Abstract EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING ON VERTICAL JUMP HEIGHT IN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS: ARANDOMISED CONTROL TRIAL Author(s):Chhaya Verma, Lakshmi Subramanium, Vijaya Krishnan Background: Plyometric involve high intensity eccentric contraction immediately after a powerful concentric contraction.
A vertical leap in basketball also involves rapid Cited by: 1. Brown M.E., Mayhew J.L., Boleach L.W. () Effect of plyometric training on vertical jump performance in high school basketball players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitn [Google Scholar] Chu D.A.
() Jumping into plyometrics, 2nd edition Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL [Google Scholar]Cited by: a short term plyometric training program of agility in young basketball players, Maragani Narshima et al.
Effect of plyometric training on agility among school football players, Silvia Sedano et al. effect of lower limb plyometric training on body composition, Explosive strength, Abed Parseh et al.
studying the File Size: KB. group performed plyometric exercises followed by the same strength training program. Young basketball players were assessed before and after a six-week training period on the vertical jump, long jump, medicine ball toss, 20 m sprint, 4 x 15 m standing start running and stand and reach flexibility.
The CT group made significantly (p. plyometric training on physical fitness of team. Effects of plyometric training on agility and sprint performances in team sport on vertical jump performance in high school athletes. The research aims to know the effect of implying plyometric method to improve the upgrading capacity and the digital achievement in the effectiveness of the long jump.
Where researchers used the experimental method to the nature of research, and the sample consisted of high school students of Relizane province (Algeria). The 56 students were selected and divided into two groups in equal.
The positive effects on explosive power associated with improved performance of the vertical jump, sprint performance and/or agility can be explained by the subject characteristics, in particular a training level, sports activity, age, gender, familiarity with as well as the choice of plyometric exercises and a program design (program duration, volume, rest periods, frequency, the type of Cited by: Effects of 6-Week Plyometric Training on Vertical Jump Performance and Muscle Activation of Lower Extremity Muscles Author: Kerim SOZBIR*(1) (1)Kerim SOZBIR is an Assistant Professor and lectures Human Anatomy and Physiology, Speed Training, and Track and Field in the Department of Coaching Education at the University of Abant Izzet Baysal in TURKEY.
The benefits of plyometric training on jump performance are greater in participants who performed more than jumps in total than who performed less than jumps. Data. Soccer is a most widely practiced sport around the world that combines cyclic and Cited by: 1. Effect of plyometric and weight training programs on vertical jump in female basketball players Keerthi Kumar M, Sundar Raj URS Abstract The aim of this study was to compare the effect of combined exercises (plyometric and weight training) on vertical jump of female basketball players.
Out of 35 basketball players who competed in first divisionAuthor: Keerthi Kumar M, Sundar Raj Urs. of explosive type strength (the vertical jump), an experimental research was carried out, drawing a sample of 33 volleyball players at the cadet level.
Guided by the general principles of plyometric training, individual training plans were devised. In order to evaluate the effect of the sport training on the development of the vertical jump, three. Effects of high-intensity plyometric training on dynamic balance, agility, vertical jump and sprint performance in young male basketball players.
Journal of Sport and Health Research.4 (1) Author: Abbas Asadi. The present study investigated the effect of plyometric training on development of the vertical jump of volleyball players.
The study consisted of 30 male volleyball players from PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, their age ranged from 18 to 25 years. Get this from a library. The effect of plyometric training on the vertical jump of high school boys' basketball players. [Michael E Brown].
fting (OL), a plyometric (PL), and combined weight lifting + plyometric (WP) training program on vertical jump (VJ) biomechanics. Thirty-six men were assigned randomly to 4 groups: PL group (n = 9), OL group (n = 9), WP group (10), and control (C) group (n = 8).
The experimental groups trained 3 dwk−1, for 8 weeks. Sagital kinematics, VJ height, power, and electromyographic (EMG) activity. ic training on explosive strength indicators in adolescent male basketball players and (b) detraining and reduced training on previously achieved explosive strength gains.
Two groups were formed: an experimental and a control group. The former was submitted to a week in-season plyometric training program, twice weekly, along with regular basketball practice. Simultaneously, the control. The plyometric training group had quicker posttest times compared to the control group for the agility tests.
A significant group effect F 2,26 =p = was found for the Force Plate test. The plyometric training group reduced time on the ground on the posttest compared to the control by: Conversely, significant decreases occurred in the vertical jump ability of young basketball players following 15 weeks weight training program.
On the other hand, complex training, a method that combines resistance training and plyometrics, has been reported in literature and has been proposed to increase muscular power. Accordingly, a plyometric agility training program may increase the percentage of VO 2 peak in female soccer players, increase several muscle powers and endurance measured after a 6-week PT program in young soccer players and improve and maintain the soccer kick for ball speed, thereby confirming the place of PT in skill performance and decisive determining of neuromechanical training responses in high-level Cited by: 7.