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    • The Influence of Six Weeks of Complex Training Employing Squats Combined with Countermovement Squat Jumps and Kettlebell Swings Combined with Countermovement Squat Jumps on Vertical Jump Performance By Chad Ethan Smith A master’s project submitted...
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    • on the acute effects of heavy-load squats on sprint performance. The participants in the study were timed in a 40 meter dash 4 minutes after performing three repetitions of 90% 1RM squats. These results were compared to two other tests. Both...
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    • the countermovement jumps and ballistic bench throws after a warm-up without performing a heavy resistance exercise before. In the next training session, as a complex pair, 3 RM squats followed by seven countermovement jumps were tested. In another...
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    • jump. The project was also aimed at determining whether it matters that the first exercise in the complex set is a strength or power exercise, such as Kettlebell Swings. Methodology Participants. Thirty-six recreationally trained men and women...
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    • dropped once again to between four and six. For subjects to participate in the Kettlebell/countermovement squat jumps group they had to be capable of swinging a Kettlebell of at least 40 lbs. for four to six repetitions. Participants were also...
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    • time analysis was 0.35 (partial eta squared = 0.12; Table 1). Participants in the squats group improved 2.25 inches on average, 1.72 inches on average for the kettlebell group, and 0.83 inches for the control group. Further examination of the...
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    • different results. Figure 1 also suggests a trend for establishing statistical significance between groups over time had the study been carried out for a longer period. It is also interesting that of the three groups; only eight subjects completed...
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    • increased to some degree with the six week training. This also may change the reach height. Researchers conducting future studies may wish to find a way monitor these things more closely. However, the method of testing for this study may be more...
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    • Though the results of this study have provided more information on this training method, it also raises more questions. Thus, future studies are necessary for a deeper understanding of Complex Training. Appendix A Dynamic Warm-up Stretches (to be...
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    • Docherty, D., Robbins, D., & Hodgson, M. (2004). Complex training revisited: A review of its current status as a viable training approach. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 26, 52-57. Dodd, D., & Alvar, B. (2007). Analysis of acute explosive...
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    • Radcliffe, J.C., & Radcliffe, J.L. (1996), Effects on different warm-up protocols on peak power output during a single response jump task. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 28, 189(Abstract). Robbins, D. W. (2005). Postactivation...
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    • 88 Jump Ropes/Aerobic Workout Objective: Students will learn some aerobic and strength exercise they may do without going to a gym. Differentiation: Students of all levels will be able to adapt and change these exercises to fit their physical...
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    • 92 Outside Aerobic/Leg Workout Objective: Students will learn some aerobic and leg strength exercises they may do anywhere. Differentiation: Students with leg limitation went inside the weight room and did a thirty minute program on the stationary...
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    • Rotational Plyometric Training and Bat Speed 5 offensive team with more scoring opportunities from extra base hits and more home runs (Greenwood&Penna, 2001). Researchers have found that bat speed velocity is an important indicator for being a...
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    • Rotational Plyometric Training and Bat Speed 11 that was planted 15.2 m away from the batter and two radar guns. The radar guns were set three meters away from the opposite side of the batter and were pointed towards the shortstop. A net was placed...
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    • Rotational Plyometric Training and Bat Speed 17 trunk. The main instructions for the exercises will be to maintain a straight back, keep the knees from collapsing in, and to get good depth on the squats. To properly execute the front rotary throw...

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