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Appropriate Loads for Peak-Power During Resisted Sprinting on a Non-Motorized Treadmill

References Alcaraz PE, Palao JM, Elvira JL, Linthorne NP. Effects of three types of resisted sprint training devices on the kinematics of sprinting at maximum velocity. J Strength Cond Res, 2008; 22(3): 890-897 Behrens MJ, Simonson SR. A comparison of the various methods used to enhance sprint speed. Strength Cond J, 2011; 33(2): 64-71 Chia M, Lim J. Effect of fatigue on mass exponents and power in all-out intensity repeated sprints on a nonmotorized treadmill in sedentary adults. Asian J Exerc

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Relationship between Jump Test Results and Acceleration Phase of Sprint Performance in National and Regional 100m Sprinters

strength and stiffness as ability factors in 100m sprint running. J Sports Med and Physical Fitness , 2002. 42: 274. Delecluse C., Van Coppenolle H., Willems E., Van Leemputte M., Diels R., Goris M., Influence of high resistance and high-velocity training on sprint performance. J Med and Sci in Sports and Exerc , 1995.27: 1203-1209. Harland M. J., Steele J. R., Biomechanics of the sprint start. J Sports Med , 1997. 23:11-20. Hoster, M., May, E., Notes on the biomechanics of the sprint start

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Importance of Muscle Power Variables in Repeated and Single Sprint Performance in Soccer Players

. Velocity specificity of resistance training. Sports Med, 1993; 15: 374-388 Bishop D, Spencer M. Determinants of repeated sprint ability in well trained team sport athletes and endurance trained athletes. J Sports Med Phys Fitness, 2004; 44: 1-7 Bradley PS, Sheldon W, Wooster B, Olsen P, Boanas P, Krustrup P. High-intensity running in FA Premier League soccer matches. J Sports Sci, 2009; 27: 159-168 Buchheit M, Méndez-Villanueva A, Delhomel G, Brughelli M, Ahmaidi S. Improving repeated sprint ability in young elite soccer

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The Relationship Between Body Composition, Anaerobic Performance and Sprint Ability of Amputee Soccer Players

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High-Intensity Small-Sided Games versus Repeated Sprint Training in Junior Soccer Players

, physical capabilities such as superior aerobic capacity ( Chamari et al., 2005 ), muscular strength, power ( Wisloff, 2004 ), repeated sprint ability ( Bishop et al., 2011 ; Spencer et al., 2005 ) and soccer specific endurance ( Bangsbo, 1994 ) are also important. Soccer-specific endurance, as measured using the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Tests, has been found to be related to the amount of high-intensity activity completed during the match ( Krustrup et al., 2003 ). Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Tests are sensitive to training interventions and important in

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Effects of Sled Towing on Peak Force, the Rate of Force Development and Sprint Performance During the Acceleration Phase

References Alcaraz PE, Elvira JLL, Palao JM. Kinematic, strength, and stiffness adaptations after a short – term sled towing training in athletes. Scand J Sports Sci, 2014; 24: 279-290 Alcaraz PE, Palao JM, Elvira JLL. Determining the optimal load for sprint training with sled towing. J Strength Cond Res , 2009; 23: 480-485 Alcaraz PE, Palao JM, Elvira JLL, Linthorne NP. Effects of three types of resisted sprint training devices on the kinematics of sprinting at maximum velocity. J Strength Cond Res , 2008; 22: 890-897 Andre MJ, Fry AC

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The effects of 20-m repeated sprint training on aerobic capacity in college volleyball players

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Transference of Traditional Versus Complex Strength and Power Training to Sprint Performance

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Aerobic capacity and sprint velocity of Leagues I and IV football players

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Relationship Between Repeated Sprint Performance and both Aerobic and Anaerobic Fitness

References Aziz AR, Mukherjee S, Chia MY, Teh KC. Relationship between measured maximal oxygen uptake and aerobic endurance performance with running repeated sprint ability in young elite soccer players. J Sports Med Phys Fitness, 2007; 47(4): 401-7 Bassett DR Jr, Howley ET. Limiting factors for maximum oxygen uptake and determinants of endurance performance. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2000; 32(1): 70-84 Bishop D, Girard O, Mendez-Villanueva A. Repeated-Sprint Ability - Part II: Recommendations for Training. Sports

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