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The effect of low extremity plyometric training on back muscle power of high school throwing event athletes

Exercise Physiology
Park Gi Duck et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, BFM

Publication Year : 2014

Country : Korea

Journal : Journal of Physical Therapy Science

[Purpose] The physical strength elements required for athletic throwing events include muscle strength, swiftness, agility, speed, flexibility, and physical balance. Although plyometric training and weight training are implemented as representative training methods for improving swiftness and agility, most studies of it have been conducted with players of other sports.[Subjects] The study subjects were 10 throwing event athletes attending K physical education high school. The subjects were randomly assigned to a control group of …
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