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Research Paper | Physical Education | India | Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014
Effectiveness of Muscular Power Performance on Long-Term Training
M. H. Tavakkoli
Abstract: Muscular power are commonly used for increasing power in muscles and caused shortening thorough muscle but there is no strong consensus regarding how to set-up Muscular power programs to optimum effect. Here is a review of the long-term training studies to help clarify what we know. The use of plyometrics to improve muscular power outputs, even though the original use of the term was primarily to improve jumping performance. For maximizing muscular power during conventional (heavy-load) resistance-training, it seems best to train with a range of relative loads, to emphasize the relative load most relevant to the sport being trained for, to use faster repetition speeds, to use long rest periods, and to train closer to muscular failure (subject to the ability to recover from workouts appropriately).
Keywords: muscular power, plyometric, jumping, resistance-training
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014,
Pages: 354 - 358
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