Joint-Angle Specific Strength Adaptations Influence Improvements in Power in Highly Trained Athlete

Abstract Purpose. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of training at different ranges of motion during the squat exercise on joint-angle specific strength adaptations.  Methods. Twenty eight men were randomly assigned to one of three training groups, differing only in the depth of squats (quarter squat, half squat, and full squat) performed in …

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