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Kinesiology, Vol.48 No.1 June 2016. -

Ability to perform rapid open-kinetic chain movements e.g. kicking, throwing, hitting, or punching is an important prerequisite for success in various sports. The aims of the present study were 1 to investigate the effect of elastic resistance training ERT on the performance of jab punch, 2 to explore the associated changes in movement kinematic and kinetic patterns, and 3 to assess possible differences among competitors of different specializations. The national level junior competitors in kick boxing, savate, and boxing practiced jab punch against elastic resistance for 15 minutes per day, 3 times a week for 6 weeks, while the control group participated only in their regular training N=10+10+10+10; age 17.2±1.0 years; M±SD. The results revealed a marked increase in the maximum jab punch velocity in all experimental groups 6-11%; all p.05. This finding was associated with an increase in both the maximum velocity and displacement of the ipsilateral elbow, shoulder, and, particularly, hip joint, while no change in the movement time was observed. The ERT-associated increase was also revealed in the agonist 7-11%, all p



Autor: Predrag Markovic - ; The Research Center, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Belgrade, Serbia Dajan Suzovic -

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