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Journal:   SPORT PHYSIOLOGY (RESEARCH ON SPORT SCIENCE)   WINTER 2012 , Volume 3 , Number 12; Page(s) 13 To 25.
 
Paper: 

EFFECTS OF ELASTIC, PLYOMETRIC AND RESISTANCE TRAINING ON SELECTED ANAEROBIC FUNCTIONS IN ELITE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

 
 
Author(s):  KALVANDI F., TOFIGHI A., MOHAMMADZADEH SALAMAT KH.
 
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Abstract: 

Power is a combination of strength and speed, and one of the important factors in athlete success in professional sport competitions. Elastic and Plyometric training had been introduced recently. Lack of research in field of the effects of elastic training on physical performance, persuade the researcher to test this hypothesis that whether there is any differences in elastic, plyometric and resistance training affect on selected anaerobic factors in elite Volleyball players? 30 elite volleyball players (age, 24.86±1.59 y; height 187±3.84 cm and weight 78.83±2.93 kg) voluntary participated in this study and randomly divided into three groups as follow: 1-elastic training group (n=10), 2- plyometric training group (n=10) and 3- resistance training group (n=10). All groups accomplished their nominative training program two session per week in an eight week period. Subject’s pre and post-exercise tests which include vertical jump, 45/72 m speed running and squat test were measured before and after training program. In order to analyzing data, descriptive statistic, dependent t test, one way ANOVA and nonparametric Kroscalvalis test was used. Data analysis showed that there were significant increases in post versus pre test records in each group. One way ANOVA analysis showed that 45/72 m running records in elastic training group were significantly lower than the other groups (p<0.05). After training programs mean of muscular strength in resistance and elastic training was greater than plyometric group. Regarding to our results; it seems that elastic training can be a useful method in improving some of anaerobic performances in athletes.

 
Keyword(s): ELASTIC TRAINING, ANAEROBIC PERFORMANCE, EXPLOSIVE POWER
 
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