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Simple technique for measuring maximum aerobic capacity and its relation to state of training
In the past maximum aerobic power tests have been the standard means for measuring the trained state. Recent literature, however, states that the ability to work aerobically at a high percentage of one's maximum aerobic ...
Effects of various leg positions at the catch on the force of the rowing stroke
The purpose of this thesis was to test in isolation various leg and body movements in the rowing action and to relate them to forces created on the oar handle. The subjects were four senior oarsmen. The independent ...
Effects of concentric and eccentric contractions on strength, retention and bilateral transfer
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of two different strength training methods, (concentric and eccentric) on strength, retention and bilateral transfer. Subjects were 22 male volunteers, aged 16 to 17. ...