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Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
2010, iss. 45, pp. 343-347
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published on: 13/07/2010
Acute effects of vibration training on explosive strength performance
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education

Abstract

Researches about the impact of vibration training to rapid improvement of the motor performance quality are widely spread in official foreign literature, but not in our country. The above mentioned researches contributed to a great extent to the improvement of the fast preparation of the locomotor apparatus for forth coming muscle exertion efficiency. Authors' standpoint was that it would be interesting to analyze this problem on the sample made of examinees of above average motor characteristics. On the sample of 36 adult males, students of Faculty of Sports and Physical Education, age 20±6, the acute effects of the vibration training on the performances of explosive strength of lower limbs were analyzed. The multivariant analysis of variance was applied. The effects of vibration training were compared with the effects of conventional method of preparation of lower limbs for the manifesting of explosive strength. After the conducted experimental treatments based on above mentioned various methods of prep a ration of locomotor apparatus for the forth coming maximal muscle exertion, it was concluded that the method of the vibration training is much more efficient (significant level .01) then the applied conventional method.

Keywords

vibration training; explosive strength; students

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