Isokinetic resistance, vertical jump performance, and strength improvement of college men

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  • Muscle strength,
  • Jumping -- Physiological aspects

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Statementby Ronald Jan Stauffer.
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Paginationix, 104 leaves
Number of Pages104
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Get this from a library. Isokinetic resistance, vertical jump performance, and strength improvement of college men. [Ronald Jan Stauffer]. The Vertical Jump is a benchmark test to help determine athleticism and power. It's also a tool used to help select and recruit athletes.

The ability to jump vertically is critical to most sports Author: John Cissik. Effects of Short-Term Isokinetic Training on Standing Long-Jump Performance in Untrained Men. with the vertical jump, the strength of the lower and also the upper extremities (Castro-Piñero.

However, there was a group difference in the changes in vertical jump height, favoring the OWL group. Tricoli et al. reported clear improvements in vertical jump performance in physically active college students who trained using OWL for 8 wk (three sessions per week).

In Tricoli et al.'s study, OWL was more effective than plyometrics in. The effects of a plyometric training program on jump performance in collegiate figure skaters: A pilot study. Int J Exerc Sci ; 9(2): [28] Tsiokanos A, Kellis E, Jamurtas A, Kellis S.

The relationship between jumping performance and isokinetic strength of hip and knee extensors and ankle plantar : José M. González-Ravé, Fernando Naclerio, Isabel Parrilla, Inmaculada Yustres Amores, Fernando Gonzá.

—This study investigated the effects of short-term eccentric exercise training using a custom-made isokinetic leg press device, on concentric and eccentric strength and explosiveness as well as jumping performance. Nineteen healthy males were divided into an eccentric (ECC, n = 10) and a control group (CG, n = 9).

The ECC group trained twice per week for 8 weeks using an isokinetic. 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.

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 ± 1 yr) were. The aim of the present study was to investigate the acute effects of performing back squats on subsequent performance during a series of vertical jumps in men and women.

Twelve men and 12 women were Isokinetic resistance on three separate occasions, the first of which was used to determine their 1-repetition maximum (1-RM) parallel back squat. Muscle strength and power display important requirements for performance in various sports.

For ballistic movement tasks the relationship between performance and maximum strength depends on moment duration and the resistance to be moved, but in general it persists (10, 30, 32, 33, 40).And yet it must be pointed out that different relationships with ballistic actions come about when different.

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, 6,7. We aimed to explore the effects of caffeinated gel ingestion on neuromuscular performance in resistance-trained men.

The participants (n = 17; mean ± standard deviation (SD): age 23 ± 2 years, height ± 5 cm, body mass 83 ± 11 kg) completed two testing conditions that involved ingesting a caffeinated gel ( mg of caffeine) or testing outcomes included: (1) vertical jump.

The aim of the present study was to determine the relationship between vertical jump performance and the isokinetic strength of the knee extensors in professional soccer players at the end of the.

Jump tests consisted of single leg vertical, double leg vertical, and a 4‐jump single leg vertical jump assessed using an electronic jump mat system. Independent t‐tests were used to determine differences between groups and multiple regression analyses were used to identify any relationships between jump performance and knee strength (p.

Isokinetic exercise is a form of strength training that can increase muscle tone, strength, and endurance.

It can also help improve balance and coordination, and boost metabolism. INTRODUCTION. The potential to achieve peak performance in sports requires a combination of strength, speed, and power ().The ability to demonstrate full body power is related to the level of play, such as collegiate division, and whether an athlete makes the playing roster or starting position (12,13,27).Jumping is more powerful if an athlete initiates the movement with a countermovement or.

After performing 3 sets of 10 leg press repetitions maximum, 3 days/wk for 8 wks, on isokinetic speed controlled machines, the groups were compared on a strength measure and on vertical jump. The aim of the present study was to determine the relationship between vertical jump performance and the isokinetic strength of the knee extensors in elite soccer players.

Thirty-six elite players. 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. In addition, isokinetic training has been shown to improve motor performance activities [10] that are related to athletic participation including the vertical jump [11] [12][13][14], standing.

The aim of this study was to examine joint power generation during a concentric knee extension isokinetic test and a squat vertical jump. The isokinetic test joint power was calculated using four different methods. Five participants performed concentric knee extensions at, and rad s−1 on a Lido isokinetic dynamometer.

Malliou P Ispirlidis I Beneka A Taxildaris K Godolias G. Vertical jump and knee extensor isokinetic performance in professional soccer players related to the phase of the training period. Isokinet Exerc Sci ; Marques MC González-Badillo JJ.

In-season resistance training and detraining in professional team handball players. INTRODUCTION. The improvement of an athlete’s vertical jumping ability is a vital contribution to overall sports performance.

Basketball players execute a vertical jump (VJ) on an approach to the basket to execute a layup or dunk, whereas a volleyball player may use a rapid countermovement jump (CMJ) to achieve a block or spike a ball.

Swimmers perform an extension of the hip, knees, and. Saez Saez de Villarreal, E, Kellis, E, Kraemer, WJ, and Izquierdo, M. Determining variables of plyometric training for improving vertical jump height performance: a meta-analysis. J Strength Cond Res 23(2):Plyometric training improves vertical jump height (VJH).

However, the effectiveness of plyometric training depends on various. Pearson's product correlation tests indicated that there was a significant (pvertical jumping height and total work with hip and knee extension moments, whereas low correlation coefficients between isokinetic moment of the ankle plantarflexors and jumping performance were found p.

For 26 men anthropometric measures were not significantly correlated with broad jump performance. Broad jump performance, however, was correlated with peak torque during fast isokinetic action but not at all with slow action.

Between Isokinetic Quadriceps Strength Test and Hop Tests for Distance and strength and four functional performance tests, and 4) to determine if the one-legged rebound vertical jump yields more information in the assessment of knee function than the other functional tests with respect to two time-frames.

Fitiy healthy subjects (group A. Jump height and isokinetic extension strength values for the participants are displayed in Table 2. For the non-involved side, bivariate correlation analysis showed an association (r ¼P jump height and isokinetic leg extension strength.

Further regression anal-ysis showed that in addition to jump height (beta ¼P. The percent improvement from pretest to posttest was compared between groups on all three performance measures, with no significant differences found (p>), indicating that both forms of resistance training provide comparable benefits for increasing lower body strength and power.

Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles.

It utilizes the force of gravity in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks in order to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric training uses a variety of specialized equipment to target specific muscle groups and types of.

Vertical Jump. Jumping is positively related to eccentric strength [6, 31] and eccentric rate of force development [19]. Eccentric training has been shown to increase vertical jump height [9, 21, 28]. Change of Direction. Eccentric strength is a predictor of change of direction (COD) performance [33], deceleration and sprinting [27].

strength when tested isometrically, isotonically, and isokinetically. However, when the individuals were tested for motor performance, the high-speed isoki-netic group dominated (% gain in the vertical jump versus % for the slow isokinetic, and % for the isotonic variable resistance; % gain in.

The plyometric group performed three sets of 10 repetitions per set of depth jumps from a height of 34 inches, with added resistance beginning with weeks 3, 5, and 7 of 10, 15, and 20 pounds, respectively.

Prior to and at the end of the training period, all subjects were given a vertical jump-and-reach test. – Joe D’s Top 5 dynamic-effort strength exercises for improving the vertical jump. – Joe D’s personal experience using isokinetic machines for power development.

– The theory behind static stretching your hip flexors [before testing your vertical jump] plus a new “pre-jump” stretching recommendation.

Introduction. Maximum vertical jump heights and power outputs occur when persons perform the task against their own body weight without added resistance [].Inter-gender differences in vertical jump performance include lower absolute jump height and power values attained by women [2, 24, 25].Men, on average, have a vertical jump cm higher as compared to maximum heights attained by.

Evaluated the effects of a brief isokinetic training program on quadriceps and hamstring peak torque (PT) and standing long-jump performance. Tests on 12 untrained men indicated that the brief training program was at least as effective in improving quadriceps isokinetic (but not hamstring) PT.

PT gains subsequent to isokinetic resistance training did not influence functional jumping performance. The Bulgarian split squat will help build strength, while improving your balance. To do it, stand a couple paces away from a bench, and place your non-working leg on it. The top of your foot.

This study investigated whether isokinetic strength training might induce changes in static and dynamic power already achieved as a result of isometric strength training.

The subjects were twelve males. The isometric strength and dynamic power of elbow flexors were tested by means of an electric dynamometer and fly-wheel every two weeks. During the first 8 weeks all subjects trained the elbow.

However, when the individuals were tested for motor performance, the high-speed isoki netic group dominated (% gain in the vertical jump versus % for the slow isokinetic, and % for the isotonic variable resistance; % gain in the standing broadjump versus % and %; and % gain in the yard dash versus % and %).

The aim of this study was to determine the effects of a power training cycle on maximum strength, maximum power, vertical jump height and acceleration in seven high-level meter hurdlers subjected to a specific training program twice a week for 10 weeks.

determined that isokinetic strength and jump height correlated. Rouis et al. () found positive correlations between isokinetic results and vertical jump. However, Iossifidou, Baltzopoulos, & Giakas, () did not find a correlation with the vertical jump and isokinetic power during slow velocity but did at .The medical records and strength and conditioning measurements of 11 female NCAA-I basketball athletes were examined for vertical jump measurements and isokinetic measurements of the knee.

This study found moderate to high correlation of the isokinetic measurements at 60o/sec (r2=)and o/sec (r2=)and vertical jump performance.strength and speed will optimize power performance.

McLaughlin (5) said strength gained from squats will increase the take-off velocity of the vertical jump. Stone et al. (55), Silvester et al.

(53), and Wathen (65) have shown that slow speed strength movements, using bar­.

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