The relationship between speed, strength and jumping abilities in elite junior handball players
The present study aimed to examine the relationship between strength (squat and bench press), jumping ability in countermovement (CMJ) and squat (SJ) jump, 10 m and 30 m sprint time and 6x30m repeated sprint ability (RSA) in a group of 29 male elite youth handball players aged 16.5±0.8 years, with stature of 184.3±4.8 cm and body mass of 77.0±9.4, who all voluntarily participated. Coefficients of correlation were determined and tested for significance by using the Pearsons product-moment test. Firstly, sprint time results indicated a significant relationship with jumping height in absolute terms over 010 m and 030 m
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|Subjects:||handball junior elite sport juniors test speed strength sprint jump male youth body indices anthropometry|
|Notations:||sport games junior sports|
|Published in:||Serbian Journal of Sports Sciences|