Comparison of the two types of complex training with intensity over 90 % Pmax

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Authors

KRÁLOVÁ Tereza VRBAS Václav HAMMEROVÁ Tereza VANDERKA Marián CACEK Jan KALINA Tomáš

Type Conference abstract
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Sports Studies

Citation
Description The alteration of training methods to enhance performance is the main goal of sports training. MacDonald, Lamont and Garner (2012) note, that complex training may be considered an optimal training method for sport-specific athletic strength development,while thanks to the enhanced neural activity it might be more effective at enhancing strength, and perhaps strength-power. According to many types of complex training (Docherty, Robbins, & Hodgson, 2004), the aim of this study was to compare the influence of different combination of squats jumps on intensity over 90 % maximal average power output (90 % Pmax) with plyometrics drops jumps on performance in countermovement jump (CMJ).
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