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A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Science in Applied Exercise Physiology Methods: Maximal (1RM) squat strength (Mean SD= ± kg), vertical jump power, and muscle architecture were obtained in 12 resistance trained men (±y; ±kg). Hudson, Hannah M () The Effects of Mouth Guards and Clenching on Strength and Power Measures of a Countermovement Vertical Jump: A Pilot Study. Undergraduate thesis, under the direction of John Garner from Exercise Science, The University of Mississippi. Validity and reliability of accelerometers for examining vertical jump performance Ryan M. Ruben Thesis submitted to the School of Medicine at West Virginia University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Exercise Physiology G. Gregory Haff, Ph.D., Chair Jean L. McCrory, Ph.D. Randy W. Bryner, Ed.D.

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Purpose: Understand the effectiveness of foam rolling as a recovery tool following exercise induced muscle damage (EIMD), analyzing: muscle soreness, dynamic and passive range of motion (ROM), along with evoked and voluntary neuromuscular properties. -- Methods: 20 male subjects with 3+ years of strength training experience were randomly divided into either the control (CON) (n=10) or foam. AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF Erica Taylor Perrier for the degree of Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science presented on May 19, Title: The Effects of Static and Dynamic Stretching on Reaction Time and Performance in a Countermovement Jump Abstract approved: _____ Mark A. Hoffman. may hyperstimulate the nervous system leading to an enhanced postactivation potentiation (PAP) and improved subsequent performance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of an FI squat on the countermovement vertical jump (CMVJ) in resistance trained and untrained men. Thirteen trained men (age: ± years, mass: ± kg, and height: ± .

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FLEXIBILITY, AGILITY AND VERTICAL JUMP HEIGHT. A Manuscript Style Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology. Carley J. Henning. College of Science and Health. Clinical Exercise Physiology. December, The purpose of this study was to compare vertical jump heights achieved before and after performing the half squat, or the quarter squat exercise. 10 male subjects experienced with the squat exercise performed 4 warm-up squat sets followed by 1 repetition with the weight of 90% of 1 RM half squat or quarter squat. No difference in jump heights after any of the three conditions including a. Vertical jump height was also not affected by the intervention. Overall, the 6-week Nordic Hamstring training intervention was a good training method for muscle growth and this adaptation in architecture translated to changes in eccentric hamstring muscle strength, although these changes did not reach statistical significance largely due to the.

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Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 42, Dalrymple, K., S.E. Davis, G.B. Dwyer, & G. Moir () Effect of static and dynamic stretching on vertical jump performance in collegiate women volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24, may hyperstimulate the nervous system leading to an enhanced postactivation potentiation (PAP) and improved subsequent performance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of an FI squat on the countermovement vertical jump (CMVJ) in resistance trained and untrained men. Thirteen trained men (age: ± years, mass: ± kg, and height: ± cm) and 8. athlete’s vertical jump (Kraemer and Newton, ). An example of training to increase vertical jump performance is the use of plyometrics. Plyometrics are exercises that are used to help enhance an individual's jump height (Gheri et. al, , Miller, ). One question that has been raised is whether static stretching before a vertical jump.

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Hudson, Hannah M () The Effects of Mouth Guards and Clenching on Strength and Power Measures of a Countermovement Vertical Jump: A Pilot Study. Undergraduate thesis, under the direction of John Garner from Exercise Science, The University of Mississippi. The Relationship of Anthropometric Measures to Vertical Jump Height. A thesis presented to the faculty of Exercise and Sports Science In fulfillment of the requirements for the University Honor Scholars Program By Ramey Kerns The Honors College Honors-in-Discipline East Tennessee State University April 10, Michael Ramsey, PhD Faculty Mentor/Reader 2 ABSTRACT The capability to perform . Crewe, Angela () The effect of playing and training surface on vertical jump height in elite junior male volleyball players: a pilot study. Coursework Master thesis, Victoria University. Abstract. Many studies have considered the effect of training techniques (especially plyometric) on jump height.