Rapid Fire Performance Research Updates

–          Alvonti and colleagues (2014) investigated the effects of different lower body static stretch durations (10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 60 seconds) on speed and agility performance in 34 trained athletes. Each athlete performed a sprint (20 m) and agility test (T-Test) following each stretching procedure on different days in a randomized order. The results …

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