Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

5 p.

Publication Date

6-2002

Publisher

University of Uludag

Source Publication

Journal of Sports Science & Medicine

Source ISSN

1303-2968

Original Item ID

PubMed Central: PMCID 3963241

Abstract

The effectiveness of plyometric training is well supported by research. Complex training has gained popularity as a training strategy combining weight training and plyometric training. Anecdotal reports recommend training in this fashion in order to improve muscular power and athletic performance. Recently, several studies have examined complex training. Despite the fact that questions remain about the potential effectiveness and implementation of this type of training, results of recent studies are useful in guiding practitioners in the development and implementation of complex training programs. In some cases, research suggests that complex training has an acute ergogenic effect on upper body power and the results of acute and chronic complex training include improved jumping performance. Improved performance may require three to four minutes rest between the weight training and plyometrics sets and the use of heavy weight training loads.

Comments

Published version. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 2 (June 2002): 42-46. Publisher Link. © University of Uludag (Turkey) 2002. Used with permission.

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