Speed Improvement Focus:EVALUATION OF STRENGTH TRAINING CONCEPTS

Two theories were evaluated in light of the published literature.

1. Strength training exercises should simulate the sport movement as closely as possible in terms of movement pattern, movement velocity, type of contraction, and force of contraction.

2. It is only necessary to train muscle groups. Increases in strength can be re-educated into a sports action.

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