Plyometric Volume and Training Surface on Explosive Strength

>> May 11, 2014

TITLE: effects of plyometric training volume and training surface on explosive strength

STUDY PERIOD
-seven (7) weeks

SUBJECTS
-twenty nine (29), male (adolescent)

Assigned into four groups:
G1 - Control
G2 - (moderate volume): 780 jumps
G3 - (moderate volume): 780 jumps on hard surface (on wood gym floor)
G4 - (high volume): 1,560 jumps (240 jumps per week) (on soft surface / athletic mat)

RESULTS
1) Different plyometric training VOLUME and SURFACES = different explosive strength ADAPTATIONS

2) Moderate volume (60 jumps per session / 120 per week) MAY NOT increase acceleration performance

3) High Volume (120 jumps per session / 240 per week) = increased acceleration performance

4) HARDER SURFACE, and LOWER VOLUME = increase explosive strength

Ckeck out reference for further reading

Post a Comment

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

ARCHIVES

Copyright © 2009-2014, AdrianSprints.com . All Rights Reserved . Policy . Term of Use
Sports Top Blogs Sports blogs & blog posts Free Web Stats

Back to TOP