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Relationships Between Anthropometry and Maximal Strength in Male Classic Powerlifters

Body Composition Assessment
Ferland et al.
Used Parameters : BW

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Canada

Journal : International Journal of Exercise Science

Several studies have determined the influence of physical characteristics on strength. The present quantified the relationships between anthropometry and maximal strength. Male classic powerlifters (n= 59) were measured before a championship. Two-tailed Pearson correlation analysis was used. Powerlifters that presented higher relative maximal strength (RMS) in the squat and bench generally had higher body weight (BW), body mass index (BMI), torso circumference (C), waist C/height, torso C/height (r= 0.26 to 0.49, p< 0.05), and …
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