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The effects of an isokinetic power training program for women in vertical jumping ability
Written in English
|Statement||by Dolores Ann Copeland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 63 leaves|
|Number of Pages||63|
The Effects of Jump-Rope Training on Shoulder Isokinetic Strength weighted-rope training group (Power Rope V) had a length, handle weight, and total weight of cm, g, and g, respectively Isokinetic Testing An Isomed program was chosen to carry out shoulder-rotator and -elevator strength tests on all subjects. Current literature reflects conflicting viewpoints concerning isokinetic training as a superior method to isotonic training for power development. It was the purpose of this study to determine if there is a difference between the effects of isotonic and isokinetic exercises on the leg power of men and women. PROCEDURE.
Stroke has been one of the leading causes of mortality and handicap in the world, 1 causing tremendous health care and financial burden in the society. A past study revealed that there were % and % stroke survivors remained disabled at 1 and 3 years after stroke, respectively. 2 Furthermore, significant correlations were noted between Barthel Index and all . sts. Performance of aquatic plyometric training (APT) could lead to similar benefits, but with reduced risks due to the buoyancy of water. Unfortunately, there is little information regarding the efficacy of APT. Thus, the purpose of this study was to examine the effects of APT on VJ and muscular strength in volleyball players. Methods: Nineteen female volleyball players (aged 15 .
Coburn et al. examined the effects of 3 days isokinetic training programs (4 sets of 10 maximal repetitions at 30 ∘ ⋅ s-1 or ∘ ⋅ s-1) on leg extension peak torque. Training with at 30 ∘ ⋅ s - 1 resulted in peak torque increases at both low and high velocities (30 and ∘ ⋅ s - 1), whereas exercising at ∘ ⋅ s - 1. Certain sport training techniques, therefore, can be useful to dancers (McQueen, ). Fahey () noted that, “Jumping exercises and plyometrics enhance performance in strength-speed sports because they increase leg power and train the nervous system to activate large muscle groups when you move” (p. 76).
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Get this from a library. The effects of an isokinetic power training program for women in vertical jumping ability. [Dolores Ann Copeland]. training on vertical jumping ability and maximum power output as a result of four and six weeks training programs.
M.S. in Adult Fitness - Cardiac Rehabilitation, 47 p. (Dr. William Floyd) This study compared the effects of two training programs, one isotonic and the other isokinetic, on vertical jumping (VJ) ability and maximum power.
The aim of this study was to determine the effects of lower extremity concentric isokinetic training on explosive strength in jumping performance, and compare results with those of conventional.
The purpose of this study was: (a) to determine the effects of an 8-week jump training program on measures of neuromuscular performance in year-old boys before and after peak height velocity.
PROBLEM. The author has been interested in improving the jumping ability of the students and athletes with whom he has worked. Current literature reflects conflicting viewpoints concerning isokinetic training as a superior method to isotonic training for power development.
It was the purpose of this study to determine if there is a difference between the effects of isotonic and isokinetic Author: John Arthur McGillivray. INTRODUCTION.
Vertical jumping ability is widely used in sports settings as an objective index for the reliable evaluation of lower limb power in young athletes [1–3].There is also evidence that vertical jumping ability is an essential element in the performance of several fundamental skills in various team sports (e.g.
volleyball, basketball and soccer) [2, 4–5]. The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of power and flexibility training on countermovement and drop jump techniques.
All jumps were executed with the goal of attaining maximum height. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of two plyometric training program (aquatic vs.
land) on vertical jump. 65 male physical education students took part in this study and were. The transfer of training effects of multiple-joint isokinetic resistance training to dynamic exercise performance remain poorly understood.
Thus, the purpose of the present study was to investigate the magnitude of isokinetic and dynamic one repetition-maximum (1RM) strength and local muscular endurance increases after 6 weeks of multiple-joint isokinetic resistance training.
Leg muscle power in general, and vertical jump performance in particular, are considered as critical elements for successful athletic performance, 1,2,3 as well as for carrying out daily activities and occupational tasks.
4,5 Much research has been focused on the development of vertical jump performance. Although various training methods, including heavy‐resistance training. Isotonic and Isokinetic Training Effect on Vertical Jump Performance (51 pp.) Director: Dr.
Kathleen Mille The purpose of the study was to compare isotonic and isokinetic weight training and their effect on leg power in women basketball players. A modification of the vertical jump and reach test was the instrument chosen to measure the vertical.
Background: This study aimed to investigate the effect of a 6-week plyometric exercise training program on the development of lower limb explosive power in terms of vertical jumping ability. Results. After 12 weeks of WB-EMS training jumping power increased significantly for the WB-EMS groups by %, 10 m skating time decreased significantly by 5%, and maximum isokinetic force at °/s increased significantly by 7% (all p training shot speed showed no significant change.
Relative Effects of Isokinetic and Plyometric Training on Vertical Jumping Performance. Research Quarterly. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance: Vol.
50, No. 4, pp. Vertical jumping ability is of importance for good performance in sports such as basketball and volleyball. Coaches are in need of exercises that consume only little time and still help to improve their players’ jumping ability, without involving a high risk of injury.
Drop jumping is assumed to satisfy these requirements. This assumption is supported by a review of results of training. Jump training is commonly associated with plyometric training and, in particular, with drills that stress the musculotendinous unit [20,21,22].In fact, de Villarreal  found that a combination of bodyweight plyometrics, including countermovement jumps, depth jumps and squat jumps, resulted in a % to 15% increase in vertical jump height.
Nevertheless, this type of training. All subjects were pretested and then post-cested after a six week training program. A second post-test was conducted one week after the first post-test. TI~e subjects were tested in four types of vertical jump: 1) standing two foot jump, 2) running two foot jump, 3) running left foot jump, 4) running right foot jump.
d badminton) were randomized into the three training groups. All groups participated in two to three sessions per week for 8 wk. The MSPT and FSPT groups trained using squats (two legs and single leg) with high force and high power, whereas the OWL group trained using clean and snatch exercises.
MSPT was conducted as slow-speed isokinetic strength training and isotonic power training. Effect of plyometric training on sand versus grass on muscle soreness and jumping and sprinting ability in soccer players.
British Journal of Sports Medicine, 42(1), International Society for Advancement of Kinanthropometry. Isokinetic exercise is a form of strength training that can increase muscle tone, strength, and endurance. It can also help improve balance.
The effects of a 6-week plyometric training program on agility. J Sports Sci Med. ; – [PMC free article] Myer GD, Ford KR, Brent JL, Hewett TE. The effects of plyometric vs. dynamic stabilization and balance training on power, balance, and landing force in female athletes.
J Strength Cond Res. ; –The ability of a muscle to exert submaximal force repeatedly over time is known as b. plyometric training c.
muscular endurance d. isokinetic training e. isometric training. d. choices a and b are correct. Muscle hypertrophy as a result of a similar strength-training program is greater in men than in women a. due to endocrinological differences.Passive leg press (PLP) training was developed based on the concepts of the stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) and the benefits of high muscle contraction velocity.
Passive leg press training enables lower limb muscle groups to apply a maximum downward force against a platform moved up and down at high frequency by an electric motor. Thus, these muscle groups accomplished .