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Developmental Progression and Sex Differences in Agility During Continuous Two-Footed Jumping Among Children Aged 4–16 Years

Ayane Muro, Nozomi Takatoku, Chiaki Ohtaka, Motoko Fujiwara, and Hiroki Nakata

, activation of leg muscles between vertical and horizontal jumps might differ. Harry et al. ( 2015 ) recorded electromyographic activity of lower limbs from eight muscles during vertical and standing long jumps. A clear difference in ectromyographic between the two jump types was found in the tibialis

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Evaluating Sport Psychology Service Delivery for Elite USA Track and Field Athletes: Findings and Recommendations

Lennie Waite, Chris Stanley, Brian Zuleger, and Anne Shadle

9 10 Horizontal jumps Vertical jumps Throws Marathon No response 7 7 5 8 13 Note. TPP = Talent Protection Program; NCAA AA = National Collegiate Athletic Association AA; WC = World Championship. a All-Americans in 2019. SP Usage The use and understanding of SP services was assessed by asking

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Potential Role of Plyometric Training in the Development of Motor Performance Skills: A Narrative Review

Andrew Sortwell, Michael Newton, Daniel A. Marinho, Jorge Knijnik, and Rodrigo Ramirez-Campillo

countermovement and horizontal jumps ( Chaouachi, Hammami, et al., 2014 ). In more recent research by Lloyd, Radnor, et al. ( 2015 ), it was found that following 6 weeks of plyometric training in boys with a mean age of 12 years, there were significant improvements in squat jumping and hopping compared with a

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7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress