Relative Strength and Power and Sprinting Speed by NASEinc

Predictors of Sprint Performance in Professional Rugby Players: Relative strength and power are key factors that affect the speed of athletes during the start, acceleration, and maximum speed phase of a short sprint. The Abstract of a study by Cunningham and colleagues, described below, reinforces this concept. The ability to accelerate and attain high speed ...

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