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Ty B. Palmer, Jose G. Pineda and Rachel M. Durham

, or hip joints. All participants reported being consistently engaged in a structured weight training program that involved lower body resistance training (which included the back squat exercise) 1–8 hours per week for a minimum of at least 6 months prior to the study. This study was approved by the

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Kristof Kipp, John Krzyszkowski and Daniel Kant-Hull

% 1 × 85% 2 × 80% 4 × 60% 4 × 60% 4 × 60% 1 × 80% 1 × 85% 1 × 85% Back squat  Set 1 2 × 70% 2 × 75% 2 × 80% 2 × 80% 1 × 70% 1 × 75% 1 × 85% 4 × 20% 4 × 20% 4 × 20% 4 × 20% 2 × 70% 2 × 75% 2 × 80% 2 × 80%  Set 2 2 × 75% 2 × 80% 2 × 85% 1 × 85% 1 × 75% 1 × 80% 1 × 90% 4 × 22% 4 × 22% 4 × 25% 4 × 25% 2

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Marcos A. Soriano, Amador García-Ramos, Antonio Torres-González, Joaquín Castillo-Palencia, Pedro J. Marín, Pilar Sainz de Baranda and Paul Comfort

back squat variations with participants lifting significantly higher loads during the back squat compared with the front squat ( P  < .05). Researchers have suggested potential benefits for implementing overhead pressing derivatives as training tools not only to improve weightlifting performance but

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Hayden J. Pritchard, Matthew J. Barnes, Robin J. Stewart, Justin W. Keogh and Michael R. McGuigan

85% 3 4 87.5% 1 Back squat 6 4 75% 6 4 77.5% 4 4 80% 4 4 82.5% 1 Military press 6 4 75% 6 4 77.5% 4 4 80% 4 4 82.5% 1 Barbell row 10 3 70% 10 3 72.5% 8 4 75% 8 4 77.5% 2 Deadlift 4 3 80% 4 3 82.5% 3 4 85% 3 4 87.5% 2 Close-grip bench press 6 4 75% 6 4 77.5% 4 4 80% 4 4 82.5% 2 Deficit deadlift 6 4 75

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Manuel Terraza-Rebollo and Ernest Baiget

, and speed activities, several studies have implemented heavy-load resistance exercises (HLRE) as a conditioning activity, such as the back squat and bench press (BP), 5 , 6 , 10 , 11 followed by an explosive exercise, known as complex training (CT). 12 To our knowledge, the PAP effect in tennis

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Bill I. Campbell, Danielle Aguilar, Laurin Conlin, Andres Vargas, Brad Jon Schoenfeld, Amey Corson, Chris Gai, Shiva Best, Elfego Galvan and Kaylee Couvillion

, and body fat percentage). Secondary DVs included maximal strength (back squat and deadlift) and resting metabolic rate (RMR). Participants Healthy, young, aspiring female physique athletes volunteered to participate in the study. To qualify, all participants were required to have resistance trained

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Juan A. Escobar Álvarez, Juan P. Fuentes García, Filipe A. Da Conceição and Pedro Jiménez-Reyes

strength training programs designed for the LFD subgroup mainly consisted of leg presses, dead lifts, squat jumps, back squats, CMJs, and single-leg CMJs, while the HFD subgroup performed leg presses, squat jumps, single-leg CMJs, back squats, CMJs, and single-leg squat jumps. Details for the percentages

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Bruno Marrier, Alexandre Durguerian, Julien Robineau, Mounir Chennaoui, Fabien Sauvet, Aurélie Servonnet, Julien Piscione, Bertrand Mathieu, Alexis Peeters, Mathieu Lacome, Jean-Benoit Morin and Yann Le Meur

countermovement jump (CMJ) and repeated-sprint performance in professional rugby union players. Similarly, afternoon performance was improved in rugby union players who had performed morning physical assessments (eg, CMJ, 40-m sprints, bench press, and back squat), sprints (5 × 40 m), and whole-body resistance

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Rich D. Johnston

and valid test to measure aerobic fitness in rugby league players. 13 , 14 All players were familiar with this assessment protocol. Eight days prior to the start of the season, a 1-repetition maximum (1RM) bench press and back squat were used to test upper body and lower body strength, respectively

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Michael J.A. Speranza, Tim J. Gabbett, David A. Greene, Rich D. Johnston and Andrew D. Townshend

measurement for the under-the-ball and the over-the-ball tackle assessments were .88 and 3.9%, and .93 and 1.5%, respectively. Under the guidance of a strength and conditioning specialist, a 1-repetition maximum (1-RM) bench press and chin-up were used to assess upper-body strength and the back squat to test