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Yi-Ju Tsai, Chieh-Chie Chia, Pei-Yun Lee, Li-Chuan Lin and Yi-Liang Kuo

, and upper and lower body strength, 25 sports performance was measured by the 10-m shuttle run test (speed), T test (agility), and vertical jump test (power). For the 10-m shuttle run test, participants started from the starting line and sprinted 10 m forward, then picked up a wooden block and ran

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Kelsey Dow, Robert Pritchett, Karen Roemer and Kelly Pritchett

exercise performance (vertical jump test [standing and with an approach], L-run agility test, and the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test Level 1), (2) subjective measures of recovery, and (3) rehydration measures in female athletes. Methods Participants Participants included female athletes ( n  = 10

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Rossana C. Nogueira, Benjamin K. Weeks and Belinda Beck

procedures provided by the manufacturer. All quantitative ultrasonometry measurements were performed by a single investigator (B.B.). Performance Measures Muscle power was determined by a maximal vertical jump test using a yardstick (Swift Performance Equipment, Brisbane, Australia). The participant was

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Anthony Birat, David Sebillaud, Pierre Bourdier, Eric Doré, Pascale Duché, Anthony J. Blazevich, Dimitrios Patikas and Sébastien Ratel

performed submaximal and maximal SJs and CMJs; a single DJ was also performed from each DJ height. All the tests were performed indoors between 14:00 and 18:00 o’clock, and with the temperature kept between 22°C and 27°C. The session duration lasted about 1 hour for each subject. The jumping tests were

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Leanne Sawle, Jennifer Freeman and Jonathan Marsden

-score the difficulty of this task using a rating of 0 to 5 (0 = no difficulty; 5 = extremely difficult). This was repeated with the left leg. The Broad Jump The broad jump test of power 38 has been reported as demonstrating excellent test–retest reliability (ICC =.97). 39 Athletes were asked to jump

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Tomohiro Yasuda

. 31 In a linked-segment analysis and inverse dynamics methods study, 18 the contributions of hip, knee, and ankle muscles were 45.9%, 3.9%, and 50.2% for the standing long jump. In addition, the standing long jump test is an indicator of muscle power of the lower body, 18 , 19 but it is difficult

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Patrick Delisle-Houde, Nathan A. Chiarlitti, Ryan E.R. Reid and Ross E. Andersen

Canadian collegiate ice hockey players. We hypothesized that higher lean tissue mass, further standing long jump, and higher vertical jump tests will correlate with faster skating speeds and on-ice agility. Methods Subjects A total of 18 male hockey players from the university varsity hockey team, aged 20

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Revay O. Corbett, Tyler R. Keith and Jay Hertel

to strong ( r  = −.30 to −1.0) negative correlations were identified between pain VAS measures and confidence VAS measures for all functional test confidence measures except the SEBT and vertical jump test. As self-reported pain increased, perceived confidence during functional tests decreased

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Tracey L. Clissold, Paul W. Winwood, John B. Cronin and Mary Jane De Souza

-session physiological status was similar. We did not control for nutrition, or hydration levels but participants were told not to make any changes in the above during the testing period. All jump testing was performed indoors in a temperature controlled Sports Science testing facility. All force-time data were filtered

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Mário A.M. Simim, Gustavo R. da Mota, Moacir Marocolo, Bruno V.C. da Silva, Marco Túlio de Mello and Paul S. Bradley

conducted in a set order: push-up test, countermovement jump test, and a medicine ball throw. The recovery time between each test was 5 min. Prior to testing, all players performed a dynamic warm-up and stretching regime consisting of three repetitions of each test. The load imposed by the battery of tests