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Effects of aquatic simulated and dry land plyometrics on vertical jump height
Written in English
|Statement||by John D. Stemm.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 59 leaves|
|Number of Pages||59|
Two experiments examined the results of depth jumping programs to determine: (1) whether certain depth jumping routines, when combined with weight training, are better than others; and (2) the effect of depth jumping on athletes already in training. Results indicated that depth jumping is effective, but no more so than regular jumping by: training for improving vertical jump height performance: a meta-analysis. Plyometric training improves vertical jump height (VJH). However, the effectiveness of plyometric training depends on various factors. A meta-analysis of 56 studies with a total of File Size: KB. Stemm, J.D., Jacobson, B.H. Comparison of land- and aquatic-based plyometric training on vertical jump performance. J Strength Cond J 21(2), A rapid stretch of the muscle during the eccentric portion of the SSC may stimulate the.
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Get this from a library. Effects of aquatic simulated and dry land plyometrics on vertical jump height. [John D Stemm].
Aquatic plyometrics provided the same performance enhancement benefits as land plyometrics with significantly less muscle soreness.
The purpose of this study was to compare changes in performance indicators (power, torque, and velocity) and muscle soreness between plyometric training on land and in water.
The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of eight weeks of aquatic and land plyometric training on leg muscle strength, and 60 meters sprint times, and dynamic balance test in young male basketball by: The estimated loads absorbed on each leg during double-leg exercises on land were less than those observed for the single-leg vertical jump, which supports previous research (R.
Jensen et al, ). 21 When performed in water, the single-leg vertical jump resulted in similar impact forces as other exercises. The reductions in the majority of Cited by: The aim of this study was to compare the effects of two plyometric training program (aquatic vs.
land) on vertical jump. 65 male physical education students took part in this study and were. The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of eight weeks of aquatic and land plyometric training on leg muscle strength, and 60 meters sprint times, and dynamic balance test in.
plyometrics versus lower volume land and aquatic plyometric training on vertical jump (VJ), muscular peak power, and torque in the dominant knee. Thirty-nine adult participants were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 groups: aquatic group 1 (APT1), aquatic group 2 (APT2), land group (LPT1), and control group (CON).
The Effects of High Volume Aquatic Plyometric Training on Vertical Jump, Muscle Power, and Torque. Adam H. Ploeg, Michael G. Miller, William R. Holcomb, Jennifer O’Donoghue, David Berry, and Travis J.
Dibbet. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of high volume aquatic. Numerous studies on PT have demonstrated improvements in the vertical jump height.
6,7,8,14,15,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29 In contrast, a number of authors failed to report significant positive effects of PT on vertical jump height, 1,14,30,31,32,33,34 and some of them even reported negative effects.
35 Thus, at present, definitive Cited by: Purpose: Numerous studies have reported that land-based plyometrics can improve muscular strength, joint stability, and vertical jump (VJ) in athletes; however, due to the intense nature of plyometric training, the potential for acute muscle soreness or even musculoskeletal injury exists.
Performance of aquatic plyometric training (APT) could lead to similar benefits, but with. Arazi H, Asadi. AThe effect of aquatic and land plyometric training on strength, sprint, and balance in young basketball players.
Hum. Sport Exerc. Vol. 6, No. 1, pp.The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of eight weeks of aquatic and land plyometric training on leg muscle strength. Effects of Plyometric Training and Recovery on Vertical Jump Performance and Anaerobic Power or a 7-week (n = 19, weight = +/- kg) program.
Vertical. compression forces (which are significantly increased on land) and can reduce weight-bearing status (Gulick et al., ; Miller et al., ).
Additionally,the density of the aquatic environment provides 12 times the resistance of air, making it very comparable to land-based training, despite. 1 Rhode and Berry: Aquatic and Land Plyometrics.
However, recently, aquatic-based (AB) plyometrics have been studied but typically without the Effects of aquatic simulated and dry land plyometrics on vertical jump height book of specialized training gear.
PURPOSE: To compare power production through the vertical jump between two groups of male college athletes after administering an AB plyometric program while wearing specialized aquatic training gear and a traditional Author: BJ Funk, MW Smythe, GL Killgore. Plyometrics is a type of high intensity training designed to produce fast, powerful movements to deliver as much strength as quickly as possible for developing power (Chimera et al., ).Plyometric training works by utilising the stretch-shortening cycle and initiating the stretch reflex, to facilitate a maximal increase in muscle recruitment over a short period of time (Singh.
might lead to significant improvements in vertical jump with possibly a lower risk of injury. To examine the effects of an aquatic-plyometric training (APT) program on vertical jump height compared with land based plyometric training.
The subjects were amateur boy Taekwondow players of 10 to 14 year old in Oshnavieh : Fakhraden Hasaloei, Khald Dodman, Mir Masom Sohrabi, Amir Mohamad Amini.
The effect of land- and aquatic-based plyometric training on jumping ability and agility of young basketball players was investigated. Eighteen young male, semi-professional basketball players (age: ± years) were randomly assigned to aquatic plyometric training (AP), land plyometric training (LP) or a control group (CON).
The plyometric training groups were Cited by: The purpose of this study was to systematically review literature to determine whether aquatic plyometric training (APT) increases athletic performance compared to land-based plyometric training (LPT).
We identified 6 articles from PubMed, CINAHL, MEDLINE, and single-citation matching from January, through January, using search words “aquatic plyometric Author: Alissa Rhode, David C Berry. (vertical jumping) for cadets, or more precisely, to combine the TTT with the plyometric method.
At the same time, the goal was also to determine the correctness of the metric characteristics of the two tests used for evaluating the spiking vertical jump and the blocking vertical jump.
The effects of jump training on vertical jump ability have also been studied. Several researchers have found that jump height can be improved through plyometric jumps (2, 8, 11).
Blattner and Noble (5) compared a DJ training group, an isokinetic training group, and a control group. They found both the DJ and isokineticFile Size: KB.
Therefore, the purpose of this research was to assess the effects of three types of plyometric depth jumps and weight training on the (a) one-legged vertical jump with a countermovement, (b) two-legged vertical jump with a countermovement, (c) meter sprint, (d) standing broad jump with a countermovement, and (e) 1 RM of the seated single leg.
Aquatic Plyometric Training Increases Vertical Jump in Female Volleyball Players. Autores: Jennifer M. Logan, Gregory F. Martel, Matthew L. Harmer, Christopher B. Parker Localización: Medicine & Science in Sports & exercise: Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, ISSNVol.
37, Nº. 10 (Octubre),págs. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of water plyometrics and land plyometrics on Body Mass Index (BMI) and biomotorical variables of adolescent basketball players. Ninety-one adolescent basketball players (48 male, 43 female) at the age of.
Stemm, J.D., and B.H. Jacobson. Comparison of land- and aquatic-based plyometric training on vertical jump performance. Strength Cond. Res. 21(2) Plyometric training is a popular method by which athletes may increase power and explosiveness.
Simply, plyometrics equates to jump training. Athletes that do a lot of jumping and springing in their sports turn to plyometric training to improve explosive power. Effects of combined electrostimulation and plyometric training on vertical jump and speed tests.
Hum. Sport Exerc. Vol. 6, No. 4, pp.The aim of this study was to determine the performance evolution of a group of athletes after 8 weeks of training that combined electrostimulation (NM ES) and plyometrics (PT).
A meta analysis showed that plyometrics significantly improves vertical jump height (Markovic, ). A further more recent meta-analysis also showed that it is an effective training method for increasing strength (Effect Size = plyometric group) (De-Villareal et al, ).
strated improvements in the vertical jump height.6–8 14 15 17–29 In contrast, a number of authors failed to report significant positive effects of PT on vertical jump height,1 14 30–34 and some of them even reported negative effects Thus, at present, definitive conclusions regarding the effects of PT on vertical jump performance cannot.
Chimera et al. () conducted a prospective controlled intervention to evaluate the effects of an 8-week plyometric program on muscle activation and performance in a group of female college athletes, and reported a mean increase of cm (5%) in vertical jump height, which was not different compared to the change observed in the control Cited by: Donoghue, et al; compared aquatic plyometrics to land based ones.
18 male swimmers on the university swim team participated. They completed a series of ankle hops, countermovement jumps, tuck jumps, single leg vertical jump and drop jumps.
Peak impact force/BW was reduced by % in the water. Landing impulse was reduced by %. Research Journal of Physical Education Sciences _____ISSN – Vol.
3(4),April () Res. Physical Education Sci. International Science Congress Association 1 Effects of Six-Week Plyometrics on Vertical Jumping Ability of Volleyball. Too low of a box will not give the body optimal load to maximize muscle contraction. Another way to choose a box height is to use a box that the athlete can jump on top of.
Be sure that this box is the maximum height the athlete can jump. Mess with the box heights before starting a work out. As the athlete improves increase the box height. Recovery very rapid.
Low amplitude jumps: jump rope, ankle bounces 2 = Low Stress Recovery rapid. 1 day required. Stair jumps or similar jumps onto elevated surface 3 = Moderate Stress days for recovery. Tuck jumps or similar jumps in which vertical displacement is 18 inches+ 4 = High Stress Recovery slow.
2 days Size: KB. cerrelation m,ethod. Signif'1cant d j f f erences between Pjroups 1fe3e determj-neC by the use of thethe nuli hypothesis that there would be no significant difference i-n vertical jump performance among the depth jumplng, welght training, and control groups was r"ejected at the,05 1eve1 of confldence.
The -Keul-s procedur",'l-a" uiili-zed toAuthor: Rex Parcells. The research aims to know the effect of implying plyometric method to improve the upgrading capacity and the digital achievement in the effectiveness of the long jump. Where researchers used the experimental method to the nature of research, and the sample consisted of high school students of Relizane province (Algeria).
The 56 students were selected and. (). Increase in Jumping Height Associated with Maximal Effort Vertical Depth Jumps. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport: Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Vertical jump will be measured using the Brower vertical jump apparatus.
The standing height with one arm extended upward is recorded and then the athlete jumps off two feet and the sensor on the bar records the jump height. Each person will complete 3 jumps and the best trial recorded. Currently, most programs range from 6 to 10 weeks; however, vertical jump height improves as soon as 4 weeks after the start of a plyometric training program.
Plyometrics is a form of resistance training and thus must follow the principles of progressive overload. For the experimental group pre testing the mean vertical jump height was ± (cm) and post testing mean vertical jump height was ± (cm), demonstrating a mean improvement of (cm).
Conclusion: The experimental condition revealed to have an additional jump improvement of (cm) compared to the control : Samuel Atkinson. In order to compare the effects of three training programs (squatting, plyometrics and squatting and plyometrics) on the increase in the muscle strength of the upper legs and hips, measured by means of the vertical jump, Adams et al.
() carried out a study on a sample numbering 48 subjects, who were divided into four experimental groups. TheCited by: 9. The observed mean effect in jump height ranged between % and % and could also be considered as practically relevant. From this perspective, PT can be recommended as an effective form of physical conditioning for augmenting the vertical jump performance of healthy individuals.The Jumping Into Plyometrics Video then shows your athletes how to perform 21 core exercises found in the book.
Using slow motion, freeze frames, and graphics, the video demonstrates, in detail, how each exercise is executed.
It also explains techniques for adjusting the intensity levels to make the exercises appropriate for any caliber of athlete/5(38).physical education classes, group (P) included plyometric training on dry ground, group (AP) included plyometric training in cm deep water.
Using Myotest and the execution of the half squat jump (SMJ) and squat jump (SJ) following variables were identified: Height, Power, Force, and tric.