In this study, the total peak of joints’ torque, work, and the maximum jump height were measured in ten physically active male subjects performing the squat jump (SJ), and squat jump with arm swing (SJA). Accordingly, arm swing caused an increment in the heights of squat jump (p<0.001).The results revealed relationships between body mass and height with the total peak of joints’ torque (0.58
Ghasemi, Mojtaba; Mohammadi, Ali; Ebrahimi, Mohammad Hossein; Karimi, Mohammad Taghi; and Rostami, Mostafa
"RELATION BETWEEN ANTHROPOMETRIC DATA AND PERFORMANCE OF LOWER LIMB IN SQUAT JUMP,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 35:
1, Article 197.
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