Effects of Plyometric Jump Training on Repeat Sprint Ability in Athletes

Background: There is a growing body of research examining the effects of plyometric jump training (PJT) on repeated sprint ability (RSA) in athletes. However, available studies produced conflicting findings and the literature has not yet been systematically reviewed. Therefore, the effects of PJT on RSA indices remain unclear. Objective:  To explore the effects of PJT on RSA …

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